public space

City centre canopies (Porirua)

The Porirua City Council decided in 1994 to commission a project to cover the pedestrian areas of the shopping centre between Hartham Place and Serlby Place with distinctive canopies at a cost of nearly $4 million.
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Walking, from policy to practice - the Geneva case

the Geneva case A paper about making cities walking friendly as opposed to the car friendly cities that have developed over the past forty years
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Evaluating Walking Promotion Policies etc

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This paper reveals pedestrian practices and the way they connect to other daily activities
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