Enough said.

Or maybe a little more:

Urban Planner Stuck In Traffic Of Own Design

“Crawford Square is a pedestrian-oriented neighborhood with a large public recreation center, a three-mile jogging trail, and residents with a wide range of incomes,” Rothstein said. “Green space is great. It felt wonderful to turn four defunct foundries into a park-lined community with access to downtown.

Would’ve been even better to turn it into a community lined with, say, 85 percent of the existing parkland and a few more goddamned dedicated turn lanes.”