This graphic also appears as a centerfold in the May issue of Planning magazine. It is a very cool representation of what a truly complete street could and should look like, as well as the features/infrastructure that should be incoporated. Very well done, Boston. Cannot wait to see this in real world practice sometime very soon.
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