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Architecture & Engineering


By Clair Enlow

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February 25, 2009

Design Perspectives: Stations at the crossroads: Can this law be saved?

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The intersection of McClellan Street and Rainier Avenue is straight out of the late auto age, where cars take precedence over pedestrians.

There's a gas station, an auto supply store with parking, a big apron of parking for a drugstore-grocery and the back wall of a big-box hardware store. At a bus stop nearby, passengers wait for a Metro bus to fight its way through the heavy traffic on Rainier.

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