The traffic should have been designed around bicycles as the primary transportation form and cars as a secondary priority - it would have been a far less expensive way to slow and calm traffic. NCSU not only needs to teach freshman how to cross a street and navigate a (small) city, it should encourage cycling to alleviate traffic and parking problems. Some universities give away bicycles if a student agrees not to bring a car to school. Short of lowering the drinking age back to 18, this would have been the quickest and least disruptive way to put feet back on this street.
Mr. Happy, you need to do a better job reading the words. Mr. Koopman says that HE HAS NOT ENDORSED any specific group. We can ignore your harsh judgment until you give it another read, if you like.
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