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Discussion: Does that include courts an...

in: blairtrewin; blairtrewin > 2020-02-08

Feb 8, 2020 2:14 AM # 
jayne:
Does that include courts and places (the latter being the name for a dead end according to our trivia lady)
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Feb 9, 2020 8:38 AM # 
PrueD:
Interesting that dead end streets have higher obesity because they don't encourage walking. I wonder if they took into account that they do encourage neighbourhood sports matches - football, basketball etc ., which you couldn't do in a connected street. Personally l:d much rather live at the end of a court.
Feb 9, 2020 10:05 AM # 
blairtrewin:
I think Canberra has the best of both worlds there - lots of courts, but they invariably have pedestrian exits at the end, which is much less common in Melbourne (in fact I've seen in some suburbs that they've blocked off the ones they have, supposedly for "security" - presumably because burglars can carry off much more loot on foot than they can in a car).
Feb 9, 2020 10:52 PM # 
PrueD:
Another reason why l like Canberra, and those sort of courts are great for street O.
Feb 9, 2020 11:45 PM # 
jayne:
We now live in a dead end with a cut through to the station, i like it cos people say hello on the way through.
Feb 9, 2020 11:45 PM # 
jayne:
We now live in a dead end with a cut through to the station, i like it cos people say hello on the way through.

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