A rendering of what the intersection of University Drive, Bailey Avenue, West Seventh Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard at the West Seventh Urban Village could look like as a roundabout. Dan Burden, co-founder of the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute based in Washington state and a consultant to the Blue Zones Project - Fort Worth, presented the results of eight walking audits conducted throughout Fort Worth to the City Council members, and called for policy changes in how the city is built.
A rendering of what the intersection of University Drive, Bailey Avenue, West Seventh Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard at the West Seventh Urban Village could look like as a roundabout. Dan Burden, co-founder of the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute based in Washington state and a consultant to the Blue Zones Project - Fort Worth, presented the results of eight walking audits conducted throughout Fort Worth to the City Council members, and called for policy changes in how the city is built. City of Fort Worth Courtesy
A rendering of what the intersection of University Drive, Bailey Avenue, West Seventh Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard at the West Seventh Urban Village could look like as a roundabout. Dan Burden, co-founder of the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute based in Washington state and a consultant to the Blue Zones Project - Fort Worth, presented the results of eight walking audits conducted throughout Fort Worth to the City Council members, and called for policy changes in how the city is built. City of Fort Worth Courtesy

Walkability expert calls for roundabouts, narrow streets in Fort Worth

March 03, 2015 09:05 PM

UPDATED March 04, 2015 12:29 PM

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