On streets, Durango is already ahead of the game

All over the world and through the ages, streets historically served as the most basic public spaces in communities.

Streets were populated by local markets and door-to-door vendors. They were places where residents could catch up on local news and exchange ideas. Elderly people could safely sit at their doorways and chat with neighbors. Children played there.

All of this, of course, has drastically changed in modern cities large and small, where streets now belong almost entirely to cars.

We are fortunate, indeed, to live in walkable Durango.

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