Friday, November 13, 2015

Urb-i public space transformations

Ferenciek tere, Budapest, Hungary.
The layouts of most cities are made for cars, not people. Brazilian urban planning collective Urb-i scanned Google Street View for public space redesigns that favour pedestrians over vehicles. They began curating the before and after images in a gallery, to showcase public spaces that put pedestrians and cyclists  first. It's amazing what even a little tweaking can do to make urban landscapes more walkable.

Noordwal, The Hague, Netherlands.
Plaza de la Encarnación, Seville, Spain. 
Muscat Street, Singapore.
Rue St. Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.


More images: Tech Insider

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