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Quote of the Day

May 8, 2013

Via Lloyd Alter at Treehugger:

99 Bank Street, in New York’s West Village is a lovely historic pile on a lovely historic cobblestone street. A hundred years ago, it was probably full of bikes. Then the cars came and filled up the streets, and suddenly they became the new normal, that we give up 150 square feet of road so that one person can park their private vehicle.

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