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- friedtea15 How do you derive that from No.4? If anything, it presents more opportunities to design space for the mobility impaired. In the land of 6-lane road...
- tomwest Mexico has 126m people and 16,000 road deaths per year, or one death per 7,875 people per year. The USA has 328m people and 38,000 road deaths per...
- widdershins Sure great idea, all designs that flush the ADA away and endanger older people and children. You are only equal if you ride a bike in this article....
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