This is a story of bad pedestrian design of the worst sort. I live in the Tysons / McLean area, and so I frequently use the GW Parkway. When you’re going Northbound on the GWP and get off at the Rt 123/McLean exit, you encounter the worst and most useless crosswalk I’ve ever seen, and it bothers me why its there. It speaks to horrible planning, to bad design, and just a general insult to pedestrian infrastructure. Site Overview So this is the overview of where it is so you know what I’m talking about. (at the end of this … Continue reading
AboutI'm Michael Rodriguez, AICP. I'm a transportation planner and economist; but more importantly, an urbanist. These are My thoughts on transportation, urbansism, and sometimes politics and miscellaneous stuff. Find my bio here.
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