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Ross Duckham Sep 18
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Walk21Network Sep 18
During the City of will show you its showcases in & with local experts. Experience the latest urban redevelopment projects that put pedestrians first and see 's trailblazing urban renewal projects.
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Melbourne Cycling, Walking and Bus activist Sep 18
Any interest to put together a small management committee with a few volunteers to assist with the organisation of a procott. (opposite of boycott). Second draft of window display, please reply or message.
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Right Of Way PH Sep 12
This is the Katipunan sidewalk on the east side from McDo to Regis Center. How would you rate this section of Katipunan's sidewalk for its walkability? Take the poll (see thread below).
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Jeff Speck Sep 18
Shout out to the clear candidate, for his tremendous platform. . . folks, be sure to vote!
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Rebecca Rockey 21h
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PedoneUrbano Sep 13
Very disappointing 😔 lots of talk about sustainability in Milan, lots of conferences, but very little done to address the number one problem: cars used for short distance travel instead of biking, walking and public transport.
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KU Architecture & Design Sep 18
"Through university students can use their design, planning and engineering skills to help organize communities...and advocate for greater :"- , PhD student/co-founder of 's .
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François Soulard Sep 18
*NEW* study on the association between an "activity friendly environment" () and lifespan by combining the newly-developed Canadian Active Living Environments Database (Can-ALE) with two nationally-representative health surveys.
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Victoria Pinoncély 23h
Presentation on in the city and - Andrea Holz Pfützenreuter presents measurable features. Maybe useful for work on healthy placemaking and mental health?
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Safe Footpaths Sep 11
People walking by leaving their vehicles at home will understand the difficulty of a pedestrian. We walk First and Drive Next
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uGO Sep 13
Attn anyone who walks on Mayfield Rd in Little Italy! Have you seen these new flex bollards near the x-walks? They make humans crossing the street more visible, increasing safety for all.
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New Town St. Charles Sep 17
New Town on a Tuesday evening stroll! @ New Town at St. Charles
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David Haertsch Sep 14
Note that there such density requires no traffic lights anywhere. Rather all intersections have marked pedestrian crossings to preserve .
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Iwona Skowronek Sep 20
can demonstrate that a post-car city — a city where auto has been tamed and rerouted, leaving most of the streets for people — is both imaginable and achievable
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El Canaco Sep 15
Car focused street: void of people. Cyclist and pedestrian street: thriving.
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Civic By Design Sep 17
Need triage to a disconnect between your walkable urban design and green infrastructure? Light Imprint avoids costly, heavy, unattractive, gray infrastructure. Aesthetically appealing, green, and economical, Light Imprint
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Domain Sep 12
is one of the top seven factors that determine the liveability of Australia’s cities – and the prestige market is now embracing it enthusiastically.
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Bronwen Thornton Sep 12
Bravo! has so many co-benefits and makes for lovely public spaces
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Shared-Use Mobility 16h
Architect David Ross Scheer heralds the benefits of development in Salt Lake City where , living, and use could increase as long as good building is considered.
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