Re: [carfree_cities] Elevators
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> Ditto elevators--I tend to use them if they're
> If they're not there, then I never use them. ;-)
Please speak up if you dont mind being forced to move
house if for whatever reason you have to use a
wheelchair temporarily or permanently.
Also, please speak up if you dont mind that the train
you are on has wheelchair access and goes 160 or 200
or more km/h and therefore cant have windows which
In carfree cities we will get so much exercise that
having to use stairs to get fit will be completely out
of our conception. We will able to burn all the
intra-company memos which say "please be heart smart
and do your part and take the stairs" in a
cogeneration plant with which we will be able to power
all the lifts everywhere for one million years.
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- View SourceWinding up the elevator discussion, Will Stewart said:
>I assume you are talking about flats as the context for the following,Well, no, TWO flats per floor, so they have through ventilation
> where an elevator would service 3 floors above the ground floor, and
>perhaps 4 units per floor at each elevator stop.
and some light from both ends.
>Plus, the human factor of modest scale and a courtyard are also veryoh, yes
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