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    Studies have shown that in many places - where signs and traffic lights have been removed and whom everyone is responsible for their own actions in ungoverned space-the rate of accidents goes down. The reason was that the traditional strict separate between cars, cyclists, and pedestrians encourages clashes at crossings. Although shared space requires cars to lower their speed, it brings down on travelling times since it encourages a continuous flow of traffic instead of bringing it to a halt through traffic signals
    In recent years, however, city and traffic planners will have decided to tackle this issue with "road space attractiveness" measures to breathe new spirit into lifeless satellite towns. The unregulated and unorthodoxed approad of shared space makes it obvious to each and every individual that this concept requires cooperation, that sharing is the new having. But the vision of no more set traffic cycles, less linear and predefined patterns, of freely flowing and intermingling participants in an open and boundless space, are equally unfettered and fascinating. That is the vision in the spiritual of Pericles who wrote around 450 BC that "you need freedom for happiness and courage for freedom"

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    Studies have shown that in many places - where signs and traffic lights have been removed and where everyone is responsible for their own actions in ungoverned space-the rate of accidents goes down. The reason was that the traditional strict separation between cars, cyclists, and pedestrians encourages clashes at crossings. Although shared space requires cars to lower their speed, it brings down on (làm cái gì giảm đi) travel(?) times since it encourages a continuous flow of traffic instead of bringing it to a halt (cause sth to stop) through traffic signals
    In recent years, however, city and traffic planners will have decided to tackle this issue with "road space attractiveness" measures to breathe new spirit into lifeless satellite towns. The unregulated and unorthodox (không chính thống) approach of shared space makes it obvious to each and every individual that this concept requires cooperation, that sharing is the new having. But the vision of (chủ ngữ của vế equally unfettered..) no more set traffic cycles, fewer linear and predefined patterns (đằng sau đếm được lên dùng fewer thay cho less), of freely flowing and intermingling participants in an open and boundless space, is equally unfettered and fascinating. That is the vision in the spirit of Pericles who wrote around 450 BC that "you need freedom for happiness and courage for freedom"
     
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