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Jennifer Keesmaat 3h
It's nice to know that when the chips are down we can turn our streets into public space on a dime. There is a clue here for the future liveable city. We can turn over streets, adapt them. pic HT
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Jennifer Keesmaat 8h
is taking on a whole new meaning in Toronto today.
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Síle Ginnane 12h
We need . We need the trees. What we don't need is cars. So take the space from the cars.
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Gehl 13h
Today presented a new vision to transform one of 's most central streets to become a people-first, green public space. Exciting prospects with
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Andrew 13h
Replying to @jen_keesmaat @Raptors
The city gives out an appealing reason not to drive & to take transit, bike or walk it seems to work into the right direction. Of course, lots of improvements are needed as we don’t even have a single pedestrian mall, no bike highways & no real transit priority!
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Andreina Seijas 14h
Finally a plan to transform ’s City Hall Plaza — A grim 20th-century plaza deserves a green makeover
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Gehl Jun 14
Can a better understanding of the built environment help us to design foodscapes for healthy eating habits & ultimately good everyday lives? We're investigating with in London. Read more
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Alis Daniela Torres 18h
I love it. Wondeful public space recovery for people. The future of cities is open. Keep Quirky.
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Outfront/JCDecaux Jun 14
Cheers to the weekend, “Delicious Hot Dog!” 🍣, wayfinding maps, explore the City. 👀. 😎. . .
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Dr. Tammara Soma 8h
"City planners are working overtime today, trying to deal with this" don't forget the waste dept, police, health, fire dept etc etc too :)
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Seth Davis Jun 13
I ride for the safety of myself as a priority. Give me the Infrastructure to be safe and we would all ride safer.
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Andreina Seijas 14h
Is a runner’s city a good city? interesting read via
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Mitchell Reardon Jun 14
Amazing! Now to shape without needing a major sports event.
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TJ Maguire Jun 10
Sticky storefronts of Barcelona.
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Maisha Barnett Jun 9
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Octavio Zamudio Jun 14
Waiting to see the reactions of the people, maybe some just took a break to play...
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Raahgiri Day 20h
After CP and Ajmal Khan Road becoming car-free and ban on diesel cars from 2020, is India also en route to European urban planning utopia?
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Dean Jun 13
This is a great and compelling overview of how inefficient and backwards our roading and transport philosophies (and decisions) have been in the past
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Marek Rannala Jun 15
It seems to be spot-on description on why is it so hard to move towards sustainable transportation planning in some cities.
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Gehl Jun 12
Replying to @citiesforpeople
Following our latest running blog, valuable insights from Baltimore on the power of running to catalyse social change and how runner's presence contributes to perceived safer streets for all
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