Parks & Transportation

Urban park as seen through window in the Guthrie Theatre. Parks both in the past and more recently, have been a response to urban development. The City Beautiful Movement for example, was a response to the industrial city and has greatly shaped the landscape of the American city. This park was most likely developed much more recent. However, since this area fell victim to urban decay, this park has been part of the redesign of the area.

Urban park as seen through window in the Guthrie Theatre. Parks both in the past and more recently, have been a response to urban development. The City Beautiful Movement for example, was a response to the industrial city and has greatly shaped the landscape of the American city. This park was most likely developed much more recent. However, since this area fell victim to urban decay, this park has been part of the redesign of the area.

Parking garage with several cars parked in front of it, in addition to two bikes. The current urban landscape is largely shaped and dominated by cars and continues to do so. A few blocks further down the street, Acme Comedy Club might lose its location due to the construction of a new parking garage.

Parking garage with several cars parked in front of it, in addition to two bikes. The current urban landscape is largely shaped and dominated by cars and continues to do so. A few blocks further down the street, Acme Comedy Club might lose its location due to the construction of a new parking garage.

Two different species of transportation users (pedestrians and automobile driver) peacefully interacting with each other. The bike racks on the left and the bike path on the right hint us towards the inclusion of bikes as well. In recent years, due to the increasing popularity of alternative transportation modes, facilities to accommodate these have been created and in the future will most likely expand even more.

Two different species of transportation users (pedestrians and automobile driver) peacefully interacting with each other. The bike racks on the left and the bike path on the right hint us towards the inclusion of bikes as well. In recent years, due to the increasing popularity of alternative transportation modes, facilities to accommodate these have been created and in the future will most likely expand even more.

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