TulsaGolfer, 12/31/2012 - 5:37pm "If someone has a disability which is mobility related, perhaps we should study where these problems are prolific and what is the best solution. I can assure you that there is little need
for sidewalks throughout far south Tulsa unless they are school related. Yes, new construction requires sidewalks but you may monitor them for years before you see actual use. Please remember that any time someone proposes a multi-story residential project there is an immediate protest which means the lack of density which makes alternate trans-
portation forms more efficient as well as more attractive. Before you narrow traffic lanes that are not sufficiently wide to begin with (Lewis Avenue for example), again thorough planning is needed. Perhaps one needs to go back to Plan It Tulsa where people agreed that
specific areas of Tulsa could benefit from the general theme of this article."
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