Australia, Global Housing and planning , Transport and infrastructure

Movement and Place tools for integrated planning



Movement and Place theory aspires to create public places that people want to spend time in and to reconceive streets as more than just conduits for moving vehicles. This briefing offers a summary of Movement and Place frameworks and tools from NSW, Victoria, London, and New York.

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