In the USA
- At the recent Equity Summit Urbanist Bernardo Secchi discussed the impact of mobility equity. It is an important perspective for economic & social inclusion, and in promoting health equity outcomes.
- The next four posts are a series by the Urban Times on ethics planning and road engineering and the impact on people… must be a common theme across the world…
- I Spy Unethical Design, part 1 – Urban Times.
- I Spy Unethical Design, part 2 – Urban Times.
- I Spy Unethical Design, part 3 – Urban Times.
- I Spy Unethical Design, part 4 – Urban Times.
- Visit Transport Alternatives in NYC T.A. StreetBeat and Crash Stats map to understand how fast moving traffic in NYC impacts on walkability of that city.
- View Mark Gorton’s presentation taking on street design New York City Streets Renaissance
- See THE HISTORY OF THE DUTCH BICYCLE SUCCESS. Really amazing the things we can learn about how to change the world from traffic engineers!
- Visit Dutch Mobility and their fabulous time maps
- Somewhat dated perhaps but topical in Melbourne for land use and transport planners research for Department for Transport which finds that shared space appears to deliver economic activity, improve perceptions of personal security, is population with pedestrians and traders, and increases freedom of movement particularly for vulnerable pedestrians. Then there’s Guidance Notes for Local Authorities and a whole raft of Guidance Notes for pedestrians including for those with visual and and mobility impairments participating in various stages of design review
- Walk this Way from the London Assembly