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Street mobility and network accessibility: tools for overcoming barriers to walking

Dr Jemima Stockton
16 December 2016
Community severance in the form of the A503 Seven Sisters Road in the Woodberry Downs case study: local versus regional planning?
Community severance in the form of the A503 Seven Sisters Road in the Woodberry Downs case study: local versus regional planning?

 

Wherever transport infrastructure or the speed or volume of traffic act as physical or psychological barriers to the movement of people, reduced mobility may occur, as well as less use of streets as social spaces due to concerns for physical safety. To investigate such negative impacts, Street Mobility is a £1.28m ‘Design for Wellbeing’ research project funded by three research councils (the EPSRC, ESRC, and AHRC), as part of the Lifelong Health and Wellbeing Cross-Council...

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