In cities like New York, Paris, Rotterdam, and soon San Francisco,car-free streets are emerging amid a growing movement.
Author Brooks Rainwater
Cities have limited space, and how it is allocated is tremendously important for people. The denser a place, the dearer each square foot is. Yet all over the world, cities were retrofitted to accommodate cars, giving them an outsized portion of urban space and limiting the area in which people could walk, sit at cafes, or play games with friends.