What We’re Reading: 6 Cities That Have Transformed Their Highways into Urban Parks

Placemaking Globally, What We're Reading

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“Building a highway in a city is often thought of as a solution to traffic congestion. However, the induced demand theory has shown that when drivers have more routes, they choose to continue using this medium instead of using public transport or a bicycle, and as a result, congestion doesn’t decrease.” – Constanza Martinez Gaete

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