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Sydney: a Driver’s Paradise

The youthfulness of Sydney, Australia can be seen throughout its bustling neighborhoods and sprawling outer suburbs. From the gleaming new buildings sprouting up around the Central Business District to the fresh array of cafes and pubs squeezing into every bit of real estate in Bondi Beach, this relatively new city seems to be growing and […]

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Walkers (the living non-zombie ones): part 3

Walkers: part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 Here we are back to Sam and his no-nonsense, telic walking style. In the first post of this series I came up with 3 questions that Sam needed answers to in his day to day life. This post will attempt to address the first: Where am I? […]

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Walkers (the living non-zombie ones): part 2

Walkers: part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 Apologies for the delay in this follow up to my previous Walker post… I have been mulling over what I learned in the Walking & the Life of the City Symposium and trying to figure out how that information can be transformed into useful knowledge to design a more walkable […]

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Walkers (the living, non-zombie ones): part 1

Walkers: part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 New York made a huge effort to become car friendly in the twentieth century with new highways et al. (thanks mainly to Robert Moses). Now there is a focus on adding bike lane infrastructure and pedestrian realm improvements. But it seems like the improvements that have shaped the transportation infrastructure […]

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