Mortgages are more likely to default as household car ownership rises and as Walk Score declines.
From a 100-foot-long section of Linden Street in San Francisco to the diminutive Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Americans are dipping their toes in the shared-space street movement timidly.
Photo courtesy of Cara Seiderman, City of Cambridge
Courtesy of Hamilton-Baillie Associates
Where pedestrians have been made to feel comfortable
Britain is energetically designing streets that intermingle foot and vehicular traffic; the US follows ever so cautiously.
Frommer's tries to identify the most walkable cities on the planet, but flubs it.
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