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1781local businesses suffer financially when a zone is pedestrianized

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  • eric britton
    Jun 23, 2012
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      Has anyone here ever run across a solid report or study showing that local businesses suffer financially when a zone is pedestrianized or made bike accessible?


      Or that real estate prices take a nose dive when such improvements are made?


      Most of us here know about the other side of this coin, but it occurred to me that this such references might be useful to us all, given that these local conflicts and claims come up time and time again in cities around the work..


      Kind thanks/Eric Britton





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