Posted by: union03g | February 22, 2010

The Death of the Cul-De-Sac: Why They Are Disappearing

I found some really nice deep analysis by Brandon Swanson at move.com that details why Cul-De-Sac’s may be disappearing from new neighborhoods and are quickly becoming a thing of the past:

The end might be nigh for the quintessential part of suburban Americana known as the cul-de-sac. With increased budget cuts, many cities and states are looking more closely at the cul-de-sac, which they have found costs more to maintain and protect, mostly due to the dead-ends that are not part of the interconnected grid of streets. Article Here!

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