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Posted by  Per Corell on September 25, 2002 at 12:27:39:

In Reply to:  Re: Urban Streets vs Carfree Streets posted by Paul Malo on September 23, 2002 at 10:01:22:

Hi.
This is a number of streets that slightly zig-zag the way from one place to the other. Center of town suddenly cooled down when all the regulation one-way plans was suddenly there ,but it was a great succes.
But cities need more than one cosy place, and unfortuatly Copenhagen never found out it had a harbour, bad as it is a shame.
A shame that many possibilities our local "Utson's" could point to was not even testet when you consider how many kilometers of key, and how many more there _could be, and bad as it is _not_ there. Copenhagen have one problem you se, it share it with other cities that is true, As I se it living in Copenhagen, the lead go from an ugly car parking spot, that was once a lovely round garden to the Rådhusplads that make no sense ;))
Please exchouse if I overheard your link to a place in copenhagen, but I am a bit toughey about these issues as you proberly can read, Still ; Copenhagen still have good possibilities we are just about to start the first U-Bahn ,one and a halve line, and as useal it just _costed_ . Belive it or not, this city rest on a solid rock of chalk.
Who would think so living there ;))

 
 
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