Good Magazine has put together another great green infographic -- this time showing what a city street would look if it were built with liveability in mind.

What does a busy city street look like when it's not designed primarily for the car? We could reduce a lot of our transportation emissions with a good smart redesign of how we get around. It's all there. We just have to pull it off the shelf and use it.

Go take a look, it reminds me a lot of Boulder.

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Imagining livable streets
What are cities like when they are designed for people? How do the streets look like when the human is put before the car?