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September 12, 2016 4:57 AM
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Reconquérir les rues 1/2 - URBIS Le mag

Reconquérir les rues 1/2 - URBIS Le mag | Veille territoriale AURH | Scoop.it

« Il n’y a plus un chat dans les rues ! Les gens circulent mais n’y vivent plus. Nos rues sont trop souvent devenues des tuyaux à circuler bordés de barrières aveugles, de clôtures opaques, de volets fermés. » Ce constat constitue la base du travail de Nicolas Soulier, un architecte-urbaniste qui se consacre depuis une trentaine d’années à la réanimation de quartiers mornes et sans vie.

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Retrouvez le 2/2 à ce lien : http://www.urbislemag.fr/reconquerir-les-rues-2-2-billet-325-urbis-le-mag.html

Consultez une publication du même auteur "De la voie circulée à la rue habitée" : http://www.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/IMG/Certu%20CEREMA%20Fiche%20uvt07_voiecirculee.pdf
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August 29, 2016 5:09 AM
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Superblocs à la rescousse - Le plan de Barcelone pour rendre les rues aux habitants

Superblocs à la rescousse - Le plan de Barcelone pour rendre les rues aux habitants | Veille territoriale AURH | Scoop.it

Titre original : Superblocks to the rescue: Barcelona’s plan to give streets back to residents


The Catalan capital’s radical new strategy will restrict traffic to a number of big roads, drastically reducing pollution and turning secondary streets into ‘citizen spaces’ for culture, leisure and the community..

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N.B. : Article en anglais
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September 8, 2015 3:19 AM
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How to Add Bike Lanes Without Messing Up Traffic Flow: An Animated Visualization

How to Add Bike Lanes Without Messing Up Traffic Flow: An Animated Visualization | Veille territoriale AURH | Scoop.it

As bike lanes get added to streets around the US one common concern keeps arising: how will this affect congestion? Narrowing roadways by including bike lanes seems like it would clearly increase car traffic, but data from New York City suggests that when done correctly, adding bike lanes can actually speed up traffic flow. Since 2007, the city has added over 30 miles of protected bike lanes.

The solution most commonly used? Road diets.

A road diet is commonly described as “removing travel lanes from a roadway and utilizing the space for other uses and travel modes.” There are many implementation strategies, but when done correctly they provide smoother traffic flow through neighborhoods and better safety for everyone using the road...


Via Lauren Moss, massimo facchinetti
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