Creating a true urban playground

In the city of Utrect, Netherlands, the Dutch railway maintenance company ProRail has installed a slide at one of the city’s subway stations. For those who are in a hurry to catch the train, you can opt to take the slide down rather than pokily walk down the stairs. We’re wondering why it has taken so long for this kind of urban amenity to be put into practice. It’s a small investment that ultimately offers the promise of infusing into what could otherwise be a routine, monotonous commute, something just a bit zippier, a nice tonic to the stresses, work-induced overseriousness, and occasional doldrums of the modern world.

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