Australia Climate action and sustainable development , Housing and planning , Transport and infrastructure

Benefits of Tactical Urbanism: making room for active transport, parklets, and shared spaces


COVID-19 has sparked a local government renaissance on rolling out pop-up cycle lanes and outdoor dining: elements of tactical urbanism deployed to reimagine how we use roads and car parks. This briefing will looks at the environmental, social, and economic benefits of repurposing public spaces, particularly roads and car parks, to these non-car uses.

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