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The historic centers of many cities were developed well before the automobile era, and feature narrow streets and lanes that weave among a rich tapestry of buildings. Closing these areas to motorized traffic, permitting limited loading, and transforming them into pedestrian spaces can add significant quality to the neighborhood and the citywide network.
Adapted by Global Street Design Guide published by Island Press.