From: Scott Nelson (scott)
On Jan 23.2005, at 12:52, Yogesh Tadwalkar wrote:
> While it will be really nice to hear the real experience of drivers or
At heart, I doubt your assertions as well. I wonder if this is just
It was interesting to move from Toronto -> Vancouver. The two have very
Live in a city long enough, you just get a feel for a road. Roads that
> 1. No one can set expectations or form habits....this will cause
I think you may have inadvertently hit on one of the points of this
Why, exactly, is congestion a problem?
I have one reason - because you're driving a car when you shouldn't be.
I am occasionally guilty of this, but not very often.
The point is, you're looking from a very car-centric view point. Stop
> 2. No rules situation loads working memory beyond what's necessary.
It's not an issue of memory really, it's an issue of current attention.
> 3. No dividers between roads and sidewalks? Where do people stand if
There are any number of roads which have no painted divider lines here,
And on one of them, my car go particularly schmucked despite the fact
The yellow line doesn't really help the flow of traffic much.
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