The legacies of the traffic-dominated planning era are clearly visible in
cities worldwide. This is reflected in neighbourhoods without walkways, in
public spaces made redundant by parked vehicles, and in urban highways
that segregate neighbourhoods in order to serve sprawling suburbs. The
negative outcomes of heavy automotive use on urban everyday life are
significant: air and noise pollution, premature death and injuries in road
accidents, car-centric lifestyle health problems, and traffic congestion.
This course sets out the strategic drivers that are shaping our future cities.
It examines the movement and place dimensions, identifies the various
benefits of walking and how liveable, healthy, complete streets can be
achieved by quantitative and qualitative measurements. Supporting the
delivery of high-density, mixed use developments that are planned around
active and sustainable travel will ensure that urban growth is good growth.
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