In neighborhoods like Prince St., sidewalks cut through residential parking spaces, causing cars to inconvenience pedestrians. Increasing setbacks and building rear-loaded homes could improve the quality of sidewalks and curb appeal in the Houston community.
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It’ll take more than appealing sidewalks to get Houston walking. Building commercial businesses closer together could reduce the number of parking lots and allow more people to walk to their destinations.