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Car-Free Pedestrian Plazas Are Suddenly All The Rage In The Motor City

Detroit, for decades a monument to the hegemony of the automobile, is increasingly ceding road real estate to pedestrian uses, most recently through the creation of outdoor public plazas. Since spring, at least three pedestrian plazas have opened around town: the Gratiot-Randolph public plaza, a new plaza on Woodward between Jefferson and Larned, and now a pop-up pedestrian plaza in suburban Oak Park along Nine Mile Road. Curbed Detroit, in a story about the new Woodward Avenue plaza, puts t...

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