- May 29, 2007
- United States
Most roads need to be redone approximately every twenty years. That's typically the time to build more balanced. You do it area by area instead of all at once. Zones can be mixed sooner, inexpensively. The new houses that we badly need in the spread out suburbia that Satinavian rightfully criticized can be built more densely now, another decision that we don't do because of policy, not because it's more expensive. It would actually be cheaper, since there wouldn't be so much land to pay for and road to maintain.