posted on Feb, 27 2007 @ 02:57 PM
A lot of the time we don't notice or even consider this a big issue, but I for one think it is. Skyscrapers to Residential Houses are an everyday
life environment that is unpredictably neglected for the work being done, all the time. Why is it that when architects build new buildings
don't come to any overall progress to the infrastructure of the city? I believe that this is an important task that needs to be synced with
all property owners.
Advertisement Billboards, City Signs:
Have you noticed that when you drive down a city street all the way from the outskirts to downtown, a lot of billboards and city signs are scattered
everywhere? These are potential causes to everyday driving violations and accidents. These things are small to big distractions.
Undeniably, any driver or pedestrian can read a billboard and be drawn from what really requires attention which could ultimately lead to fatality.
All signs should only be placed in specific spots on owners land by city bylaw. Organized throughout the city streets so it isn't everywhere you turn
your head on. A lot of signs really do not require a certain size. Really, there should be high, medium and low cost signs. High for billboards
(larger ads) to the smallest. With fixed measurements that apply to every business owner. Today, signs are all shapes and sizes.
Layout of parking street/lots, residential and skyscrapper strategic placement:
You could have swore that a street you drove down had been paved to just squeeze you in size. Further stressing the drivers meneuverability
capabilitys, vehicle, and peoples property.
A lot of buildings are built so close together that you often ask, "Why can't everything be farther apart, than being so close?!".
Abolished buildings "lots" should be downsized so it acts according to a "far and wide between property" bylaw.
The city I see, has a lot of issues that need to be dealt with. People should not have to endure the stress that could be resolved.
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