Territorial Space on Public Highways: Who Owns the Road?

Roads belong to all and need to be shared by all. However, there’s a long history of some road users believing they have priority over others as a result of humans’ inherited belief in territorial space.

Roads Were Not Built for Cars
Take a look at the history of highways and how cyclists, not motorists, initially brought well-paved roads to America during the late nineteenth century in “Roads Were Not Built for Cars” by Carlton Reid.
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