Friday Funny: Bad Planning At Playtime

A play area for children at the Salt Lake City airport is eerily representative of modern city development patterns in the United States, says the Conservative Planner.

The Conservative Planner does a funny analysis of the urban planning problems inherent in a children's "city" play area:

"A: School: The school site is located on the cheapest land on the fringe of the town, making it inaccessible to nearby residential neighborhoods."

Much more observations at The Conservative Planner.

Thanks to David Sanderson

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