Yury Luzhkov was mayor of Moscow during the hectic years following the collapse of the Soviet Union, from 1992 – 2010. A controversial figure, he oversaw not only economic growth and the creation of the financial district but came under heavy scrutiny for allegations of corruption and the demolition of historic buildings. The following infographic […]
The discussion around walkability has often revolved around the question “even if the destination is close enough, would people actually walk there?”. This infographic suggests that yes, yes they will.
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