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Cars have overrun the landscape

Our urban streets, once dominated by people, are now dominated by cars. They line our avenues, our lanes, our courts, tracing a continual outline throughout every neighborhood in our city. And even this is not enough.

Cars are stored in ones, twos, and threes on what used to be our front lawns. They are given permanent shelter on valuable private property. And still this is not enough.

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