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The unintended benefits of Houston being America's worst-designed city, and more.
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The unintended benefits of Houston being America's worst-designed city: Lack of “official” zoning. Messy roads and meager public transportation options. Complete chaos. We get it, our predecessors sucked at design. But that may not necessarily be a bad thing.
The case for suburbia:
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