Asi deberian las calles al interior de las zonas habitacionales , transito calmado y calles completas compartidas x todos
Ok, so it seems the names change, so I will kick off this blog entry with a definition of what a greenway is.
Neighborhood Greenways are residential streets with low volumes of auto traffic and low speeds where bicycles and pedestrians are given priority.
Here is some more information on the Multnomah County Site. I’ve posted a screenshot of the map on that page below.
There’s also a useful video, produced a good while ago, that explains when the bike boulevards became neighborhood greenways.
The goals of these greenways are simple: (PBOT description on the left, my translation on the right)
- Reduce auto cut-through – Reduce dangerous cut-through behavior unfamiliar with neighborhoods endangering people in those neighborhoods.
- Safer cycling and pedestrian connections – Insure motorists don’t kill more pedestrians, cyclists, and those in their homes (not joking, motorists keep running into stationary builds with people inside), and generally create safer ways…
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