Walkability

Walkability Mixed-use neighbourhoods that encourage walking are most likely to be associated with positive social encounters and a strong sense of community. From principle to strategies Create accessible spaces and connections that promote walking, biking and casual social encounters. Build flexible vehicle parking infrastructure that accommodates various uses and alternate future demand. Locate housing so […]

Walkability

Mixed-use neighbourhoods that encourage walking are most likely to be associated with positive social encounters and a strong sense of community.

From principle to strategies

  • Create accessible spaces and connections that promote walking, biking and casual social encounters.

  • Build flexible vehicle parking infrastructure that accommodates various uses and alternate future demand.

  • Locate housing so that shops and services are within an easy walking distance on a safe, comfortable route.

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Flexible parking
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Active facades
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Local shops
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Missing middle

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