Vehicles and pedestrians have had a conflicted relationship since the first roman roads were built through the hearts of towns and cities. The roads were created to provide access to inter-regional trade, military activities, and travel. The advancement of commuting, whether by chariot, stagecoach, or automobile invariably began a battle between city residents and city commuters. Perhaps in the past trade caravans considered Roman city opposition to larger streets as a war on carts. Read more...
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