Nice points up to point at which I stopped, to share this thought, after reading and agreeing with "runaway health care costs." In some countries, there is mandatory service in the military for young adults. In order to keep America's heath care costs in check, why don't newly anointed doctors be required to provide service, as part of their residency, to those patients receiving 'entitled' care? OK. back to the article...
Perhaps, the north and south-bound lanes could be diverted and depressed, creating not a median, but a central square. This would be accessible by the usual street traffic - pedestrian, motor vehicles, and un-motored modes. The neighborly social interaction might not be hindered, and most aspects of the current neighborhood infrastructure would be preserved. It may also promote additional improvements to existing properties in the general vicinity. jf
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