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Category Archives: New Urbanism
Ikea’s store in Vienna has no carpark!
When Ikea decides that you cannot drive to their store but must use Vienna’s great public transport network, you know even corporations are starting to think about the customer experience in new ways. They’re including the trip there and the … Continue reading
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One of the biggest environmental movements has combined a bunch of different perspectives into an overarching philosophy of Regeneration. Regeneration “puts life at the centre of every act and decision.” Please watch this 5 minute launch of one of the … Continue reading
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Suburbia stops kids on bikes
It’s now becoming illegal in parts of North America for all those ‘kids on bikes’ adventures. Some countries do not require ‘soccer mums’ as the kids just ride to the sports themselves! As Not Just Bikes says: “Of all the … Continue reading
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Trackless trams / EV bus-trains are a cheap way to connect precincts
Hi all, good old Professor Peter Newman is still at it – changing Australian neighbourhoods to be more local, walk-able, water-wise, connected and green. One of the key connecting strategies are the so-called “Trackless trams” which can be thought of … Continue reading
Dubai finally going New Urban – but at what cost?
Hi all,it seems even the giant tourist-attraction city of Dubai is starting to think about New Urban planning. The mantra up to now has been to get people out of the airport and spending money in the city. What’s today’s … Continue reading
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