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Low-volume residential streets, especially in older cities, may have narrow or nonexistent sidewalks. Many operate as de facto shared spaces in which children play and people walk and cycle, sharing the roadway with drivers. Depending on the street’s volume and role in the traffic network, these streets have the potential to be redesigned as shared streets.
Adapted by Global Street Design Guide published by Island Press.