Q: Large cities with busy pedestrian populations frequently utilize a stoplight system at busy intersections when there is a period where all traffic is stopped and all pedestrian crossings signal “walk.”  Then traffic flows when all are “don’t walk.” This eliminates the simultaneous cross-flow of pedestrian and traffic. Why hasn’t Ann Arbor implemented this fairly…

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