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Okay, so all this traveling gave me cravings for Canadian Cinnabon at the Devonshire Mall in Windsor and I happened to go through Detroit
Okay, back in Columbus
Downtown Columbus' new RiverSouth District has added residential over parking lots and took an old, wide one-way road and converted it into a wonderful park called the Scioto Mile. Also, Bicentennial Commons has had a make-over and it's great!
(I would be driving over this two years ago!)
Road diet, yay!!!
Even the suburbs of Columbus are going all New Urbanist and *hit! Get it Gahanna!
Back in the D...Dayton!
Love Dayton's RTA Bus Hub. Even the electric buses go in there!
You can see the US Air Force Museum in the top-center and the ghetto in the bottom-center! What a contrast! Thanks America!