And so when the local government inexplicably banned cycling on major roads people turned out in force to protest and demand the right to travel by bicycle.
And that’s down 0.4% on 2011 levels.
Linda O’Hallaran on managing reconstruction post-disaster.
Kansas City, Montreal, London, Singapore, Cape Town and Paris all feature in our new list of six urban projects embracing nature. Which city projects do you think are doing a great job of bringing citizens closer to nature?
Thanks afotw for this contribution!
This is what you call urban ingenuity… right?
Nice work. Can you spot your city in these?
Donald C. Shoup, “The High Cost of Free Parking.”
Chicago, IL: Planners Press, © 2005, p. 21(via fraserarchitecture)
Fancy helping the City of Liverpool work out how to save over £150 million? A new online budget simulator means you can do just that.
After this nice video by Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre, there will be more green spots in between, happy neighbours, red organic tomatos, seeds&hoes and urban gardeners out there. Easier done than said.