Building Health.

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The article talks about lower speeds and shared spaces, encouraging interaction. More 30k suburban centres would be terrific! I also liked the comment that slower traffic speeds improved traffic flow and would appreciate any references to research showing that link - or mathematical modelling to show it in a theoretical way.(C W-B)
Ben Hamilton-Baillie
Hamilton-Baillie Associates Ltd
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Aug 2006
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