Have you ever seen a cement path leading foot traffic one way, and a shortcut burned in the grass by hundreds of pedestrians showing the designer where the path *should* have gone? Ahh, Lynch.
We have put in some good crossways that map to real pedestrian movements recently in Montreal, for example at Ontario and Berri, near the BANQ, and at Lionel Groulx metro station, heading West. Can you think of any other spots? Or places where it *should* be done?
–Brand: How Buildings Learn