Have you ever driven around Loudoun County and observed:
- Shopping centers designed exclusively for automobile access even though they’re walking distance from residential developments?
- Pedestrians venturing to cross dangerous very wide divided highways to get from a residential area to a shopping center?
- Jogging and bicycle paths to nowhere; paths that border a residential development and then abruptly stop?
- Major routes where bicycles and pedestrians are simply prohibited?
If you ever wondered who thought this is not only acceptable, but a “good idea,” look no further than the NVTA. Continue reading