“These pedestrian malls are all great places to spend time exploring great car-free retail, dining, and entertainment. The trend of a walkable pedestrian mall cut off from car traffic gained in popularity in the 60’s and 70’s as a way to revitalize downtowns, and while the successful ones still see millions of happy visitors each year, many were closed down. The ones in this list are examples of some of the more successful developments…”
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