The streets of Kaesong, like everywhere else I visited in North Korea are filled primarily with people and bicycles. You might notice dead center of the intersection, there's one traffic control officer to manage the onslaught of traffic, aka, that bus in the distance. Even with public transport, the practicality of getting around is largely walking or biking.
The building on the right is the Tongilgwan (통일관) Restaurant, which is one of the tourist restaurants, where I ate a delicious lunch before being shown around some of the neighboring area. While Pyongyang is the showcase of the country, Kaesong is it's smaller sibling with its small bounty of ancient sites and beautiful mountains.
The people of North Korea go about their everyday lives.