The curse of the cul-de-sac

09/20/2011 | Atlantic online, The

While cul-de-sacs are typically considered to be quiet, safe places to raise a family, researchers say the isolation they engender leads to traffic congestion, more crime, and perhaps poor health. "The reality is ... your town as a whole is much more dangerous," says civil engineering professor Wesley Marshall.

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