Stay-At-Home Orders Forcing Some To See Communities Differently
Some cities have closed streets to through-traffic in order to give pedestrians, runners and cyclists more space as we endeavor to social distance amid the global pandemic.
Policies like that are changing the way we interact with our communities, and some see it as a good opportunity to reflect on how we use our spaces on the other side of this.
Conversely, the virus's impact on our neighborhood economies could be large, leaving a wide swath of vacant storefronts in its wake.
So, what is the best way to respond when we have the chance to do so again?
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