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Old Posted Jun 14, 2018, 1:32 AM
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Originally Posted by buzzg View Post
Notre Dame Campus is vast, sparse, and more spread out and extremely windy (like U of M), much more than Exchange District Campus. U of W is fairly spread out and almost nothing is connected – it's a vibrant campus area. This is literally crossing essentially a residential street. If anything, city should raise the road between these two buildings like at the airport, or what's happening at TNS. Make it a more inviting area, shared-use road and safe crossing.

Also Wolf, there's a big difference between doing the bare minimum or eliminating extra wants, and not doing things that are fully unnecessary, out of character for environment, and don't benefit most people. If there was an existing skywalk network in the Exchange, it'd make sense, but this is just not worth the side effects.
The plan is to close the street to cars between the two buildings.
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