- How Shared Space Challenges Conventional Thinking about Transportation Design (click to respond)

Shared streets — the idea that pedestrians, bikes and cars can all navigate together in the same space — is a fundamental rethinking of the underlying philosophy related to the design and operation of transportation facilities, write Norman W. Garrick and James G. Hanley in an article on PLAENTIZEN.COM. Norman W. Garrick is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Connecticut. James G. Hanley is an associate professor of history at the University of Winnepeg.
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One Response to “- How Shared Space Challenges Conventional Thinking about Transportation Design (click to respond)”

  1. Hi! Much appreciated – gives me good motivation to carry on! All the best, Einar.

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