Towards shared space

@article{HamiltonBaillie2008TowardsSS,
  title={Towards shared space},
  author={B. Hamilton-Baillie},
  journal={URBAN DESIGN International},
  year={2008},
  volume={13},
  pages={130-138}
}
  • B. Hamilton-Baillie
  • Published 2008
  • Engineering
  • URBAN DESIGN International
  • The streets and spaces that constitute the majority of our public realm play an increasingly important role in the economic and social foundations of towns and cities. Simultaneously, public dissatisfaction with the clutter and barriers associated with conventional traffic engineering is growing. There is also growing recognition of the links between health and the quality of the built environment. New approaches to reconciling the relationship between traffic and the public realm represent a… CONTINUE READING
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