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Changing the rules of the transport planning game

Getting the public more involved in the design of the streets where they live and work will challenge the received wisdom of the transport planning world, says Richard Lewis from Urban Initiatives

Ordinary people need to be more involved in the design of streets, says Urban Initiatives
Ordinary people need to be more involved in the design of streets, says Urban Initiatives
Today we are increasingly revisiting the relationship between our streets and the wider urban environment, says Richard Lewis
Today we are increasingly revisiting the relationship between our streets and the wider urban environment, says Richard Lewis

 

“As transport planners, we are used to thinking of our streets in terms of hierarchies of movement,”?Richarrd lewis, managing consultant at Urban Initiatives. “The first written and drawn premise in just about every transport policy document in the land is the organisation of our streets into a hierarchy of ‘distributors’ and ‘access’ streets, often based on other classifications, such as A, B and C roads. We understand this hierarchy; it serves as a...

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