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Roadways along downtown waterfronts can prove to be a very volatile mission. If done right, as was the case in San Francisco's Embarcadero (link), a city can align the public with the water while also re-distributing traffic throughout the rest of the street grid. If done wrong, like in number of North American cities, a city can sever its connectivity in terms of public engagement, economic development, and traffic management.
The employment of “starchitects” in modern cities has seen a drastic change over the past few decades.
Sanctioned Guerilla Wayfinding: ASU Students for the New Urbanism utilize public approval for Walk Mesa & Walk TempeSubmitted by Mitchell Bobman on Tue, 05/21/2013 - 2:05pm
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