• @KF: absolutely. i think rabat, and morocco, in general, has had a head start in this department for decades and decades primarily due to the french occupation that lasted long enough to establish european infrastructure in an arab country. this is rare in our part of the world, especially when it comes to any countries occupied by the british, who did little by way of advancing anything in the mandates they took over.

    in rabat, sidewalks and pedestrian life is part of the city’s identity, to say nothing of the 50 year old trees that line the paths and are properly trimmed so as to not collide with pedestrians. even the design of mosques takes in to consideration function over presence.

  • Blue striping is a first for me. I always thought lane striping came in either white or yellow. I wonder how the visibility is at night…

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