Only recently, we surveyed alleged radicalism that isn't radical at all.
Chatting on Fb about the street grid in NA: "The push to start reclaiming some of our streets and spaces for users and uses other than cars isn't a radical change."
But really, even car-choked Mexico City can figure it out before Louisville Metro? I've got your toll bridge, chump. Thanks to W for the link.
MEXICO CITY IS KILLING PARKING SPACES. PAY ATTENTION, AMERICA, by Aarian Marshall (Wired)
... You might be surprised to learn that Mexico City just made it easier for real estate developers to avoid building parking. Mayor Miguel Ángel Mancera Espinosa this month announced a new policy that limits how many parking spaces builders can build. He hopes to spur development, which sounds counterintuitive. Without parking spaces, where will commuters rest their rides?
But it turns out sprawling parking lots and looming garages can actually create more traffic and make housing less affordable and city streets more difficult to navigate. By limiting the growth of its parking infrastructure, the largest city in North America thinks it can return some balance to its urban ecosystem. Listen up, United States: Your southerly neighbors might be on to something ...