The city banned private vehicles from driving — or, more aptly, sitting in bumper to bumper traffic — on 14th Street, a route striking straight through the heart of Manhattan. And soon enough, the horse-powered carriages began to fill the roads. So far, the city seems thoroughly pleased. In December , average bus speeds doubled from the previous December — to speeds even faster than a manatee. Fourteenth Street felt bizarre to me in the twilight during the tail end of rush hour. Four years ago, the city opened up a new rail line to the beach, with eager Angelenos carrying paddle boards on the train. Closing streets to cars usually drives up foot traffic by and into stores.
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