The road system should be organized in a contextual and logical manner. Major thoroughfares should lead in and out of the urban core, creating major city districts. Streets within these neighborhoods and districts should progressively get smaller and slower to allow for the best local usage. A well-designed urban core should be easy to find, and a full road network allows for many routes between destinations. Roadways should not be determined by vehicular usage, but should instead provide the most use to those who find it difficult to rely on the car.