Don’t Walk | streets.mn 2014-06-182018-01-08 | David Levinson Cross-posted from streets.mn Don’t Walk: Washington Avenue at Union Street, just west of the East Bank station. I see a pedestrian signal telling me not to walk in the landscaped median area from east to west. There are no through roads for traffic either to the north or south of Washington here, since Union has been closed at Washington. Are they concerned I will bump into a bike or other pedestrian. Are we now signalizing pedestrian on pedestrian traffic and pedestrian on bicycle traffic? I mean, maybe I could understand this after a concert let out (though I have never seen such a thing), but on a relatively unbusy summer afternoon? Other theories? Don’t Walk, Green Light. Are they concerned I will move east-west parallel to a moving train or bus? That happens all the time. Don’t Walk: Washington Avenue at Church Street, just west of the East Bank station. Again there is no regular motorized cross traffic here, since Washington Avenue is a pedestrian/transit mall SPONTANEOUS ACCESS: REFLEXIONS ON DESIGNING CITIES AND TRANSPORT by David Levinson Share this:MastodonTwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditTumblrPinterestMoreEmailPrintWhatsAppPocketSkypeTelegramLike this:Like Loading... Related
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