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November 04, 2011

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Complete Roads are an effort -- implemented via solution, insurance insurance plan, and law in places across the nation -- to develop street systems that are better, more livable, and pleasant to everyone.

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This article holds the suv perspective, but identifies as well the economic significance of developing a linked community.

Hugo @ Real Estate in Philippines

Having streets especially well paved ones should be put on the top priority list. And yes, all that it needs is policy on the character of the streets so that road networks will be safer and welcoming to the traveling public and not just built for compliance purposes.

Joseph Prieto

Having a well-paved street is better and more pleasant to drive in compared to the bumpy streets. Thanks for sharing your post.

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