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Unformatted text preview: away to walk they dont bother to look left or right to see if a bike is approaching. This has resulted in many injuries. People on bikes should be treated as normal people who walk. They should cross at the white pathways and cross at the crosswalks. Removing this bike lane saves lots of people from becoming injured making it safer for pedestrians in the City of Gainesville. Pedestrians have to wait at crosswalks and for cars to pass and when they are in a rush to get somewhere such as class, they dont have the time to wait. This impatient quality of some people causes them to cross at the wrong time. In order to make it safer for pedestrians there should be a way to get from one point of campus to another without having to cross any streets whatsoever. Creating a tunnel would help solve this problem like the tunnel on 13 th Street. This way, cars can pass freely and people can pass freely without hurting each other....
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course URP 3001 taught by Professor Yearwood during the Spring '07 term at University of Florida.
- Spring '07