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Scenic Taylor County: Campbellsville, a walking campus

2013-10-28 - N Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener. Downtowns all over the 7-County Area are becoming more pedestrian friendly. Campbellsville is one of the leaders in the trend. Above, most are in a guided tour for prospective students, walking from N Columbia to N Hoskins. A few the other way. Among the features making foot traffic more inviting are broad, protected, lighted, walkways; lots of places to stop and sit and just enjoy. A convenience at this point above is that pedestrians are always a short distance from coffee shops, restaurants, and great Wi-Fi, either on the campus or in downtown. Only Broadway crossings - not so bad if one masters the crossing buttons - are threatening for cyclists and walkers, and still serves as a divide between elements of the urban campus. - EW
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