4 WAYS TO MAKE A CITY MORE WALKABLE – Jeff Speck, 18.5 mins


It is an informative pitch for planning cities for walking. There has to be a proper reason to walk; the walk has to be safe and feel safe; the walk has to be comfortable; and the walk has to be interesting. The viewpoint is rather Olympian but this analysis could be used to tweak our streets for more walkability. I’m not sure what a ‘proper reason’ to walk is and whether public transport services could be withheld so that people will get the exercise they need?


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