Comment 117866

By GWW (registered) | Posted April 23, 2016 at 08:05:41 in reply to Comment 117800

Isolated pockets with car free areas may exist, but they are heavily dependent on infrastructure outside the enclaves that exist. Toronto Island is a static community with no growth or change, with residences not owning the land, with an average of only two home sales a year in a very convoluted structure. Venice by contrast has seen its population drop in half in the last thirty years. If you want to cater to an elite minority, but catering to the one percent does not cut it.

Show me a free standing community in North America that is successful without a solid infrastructure (ie roads c/w cars)system.

Comment edited by GWW on 2016-04-23 08:06:47

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