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Not quite a street, not quite a road – why ‘stroads’ are disasters of urban planning, and how to fix them

By Liam Davies, Lecturer in Sustainability and Urban Planning, RMIT University
The term stroad is portmanteau of street and road. Stroads try to be both a thoroughfare for vehicles, and a place for people. Typically they fail at both, and the result is unpleasant for everyone.The Conversation

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