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Image 4 of 5 from gallery of MVVA and Thomas Phifer to transform Austin's downtown with Waller Creek redesign. Waller Creek "Chain of Parks" © MVVA and Thomas Phifer

#ClippedOnIssuu from David Williams, Integrated Design Project, 2013

David Williams, Integrated Design Project, 2013

Principles of transit-oriented development from ITDP. For more smart urbanism visit the Slow Ottawa 'Streets for Everyone' Pinterest board.

Principles of transit-oriented development from ITDP. For more smart urbanism visit the Slow Ottawa 'Streets for Everyone'

Aberdeen City Garden by Diller Scofidio Renfro...cool plan diagram

Diller Scofidio + Renfro with Keppie Design & OLIN win Aberdeen City Garden Competition - World Landscape Architecture

The entire road will be turned into a bi-directional cycle path, with pedestrian paths on either end and flex parking for deliveries and bicycle parking. The street will remain a one direction street for cars, but their speed limit will be reduced to that of a bicycle’s. Something that means bicycles are given the home team advantage. The document reads: “motoring allowed on bicycles’ terms.”

bi-directional cycle path / pedestrian paths either end / flex parking for deliveries and bicycle parking. The street will remain a one direction street for cars, bicycle speed/"motoring on bicycles’ terms.

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