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impossible in some suburban locations. There's a need for complete streets where sidewalks and bicycle accommodations are ample.
Many people experience ugliness in the road dominance, incessant traffic, and excessive accommodation for automobiles through protruding
garages and huge mostly vacant parking lots. It's a scene that mostly auto dealers and road building contractors love. But it's one of the effects of
urban sprawl. The cost in auto accidents is very high too. It's not unusual for fatal accidents to occur at the intersection of two 40-mph arterial
roads. In turn the accident rates cause higher automobile insurance costs, another cost attributable to the effects of urban sprawl. With more
driving comes more air pollution. While the suburbs don't necessarily experience an obnoxious, visible amount of pollution, they certainly
contribute when their residents commute to closer to the center of the city to work. Disinvestment Downtown and in Inner Suburbs Most cities
look like an urban doughnut when healthy activity is graphed. The hole in...
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