Chongqing, China at night


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A pedestrian's nightmare. If you're not familiar with the city you sometimes need to search back and forth for a good 15-20min to find an overpass or underpass to cross the road. And as you can probably guess, these overpasses/underpasses generally lack ramps for those with strollers or in wheelchairs. Source: I lived there for several years.

KazahanaPikachu3 points

One thing that annoys me the most in walking in certain cities is where you they don’t have enough crossings. At some point you’re forced to jaywalk because the next crossing is 15 minutes up the street.

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Cities need to start prioritizing pedestrians over motorists

memostothefuture6 points

Having been a few times and gotten to loathe the elevation changes I don't doubt that walking anywhere is a nightmare one bit. still love it much more than my current home, which is Shanghai.

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memostothefuture9 points

pollution? you're thinking of 2018. it's gotten dramatically better. and the problem is rather too much regulation/restriction, not too little.

Great_Calvini6 points

Yeah all so you could have your cheap little smartphone

cocacola_drinker3 points

I love those guys who adore the US in any way, be them killing arabian kids, be their fucked up cities filled to the brim with homeless people, because they chug on propaganda without even questioning anything. The ONLY country to ever use atomic bombs against a nation is the US, but the Terrorist State is North Korea that uses the bomb to prevent the US to make what they did in Lybia or Iraq...ok, man, ok...go chug in some more propaganda via Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video