Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Disappearing traffic? The story so far

Publisher: 
Municipal Engineer
Publication date: 
March 2002
Abstract: 

Reallocating roadspace from general traffic, to improve conditions for pedestrians or cyclists or buses or on-street light rail or other high-occupancy vehicles, is often pre- dicted to cause major traffic problems on neighbouring streets. This paper reports on two phases of research, resulting in the examination of over 70 case studies of roadspace reallocation from eleven countries, and the collation of opinions from over 200 transport professionals worldwide.

Creating Enjoyable Cities - Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Publisher: 
Christopher Martin
Publication date: 
February 2019
Abstract: 

The following guide offers my thoughts on how we can better shape cities around communities and people, both in emerging cities where this issue is of critical importance, and in developed cities. All cities need to offer the advantages of urban living to more and more people, but have to do so in a way that is best for people, best for the city, and best for society as a whole. Shaping cities around low-traffic neighbourhoods is key to creating inclusive, sustainable, and enjoyable places.

A Guide to Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Publisher: 
London Cycling Campaign, Living Streets
Publication date: 
May 2018
Abstract: 

This guide is from London Cycling Campaign and Living Streets and draws on expertise from those who’ve designed, implemented and campaigned for award-winning low traffic neighbourhoods. It is
a companion document to “Low traffic neighbourhoods: What, why, how?”, designed to help officers, designers and others begin to understand some of the complexities, nuances and capabilities of these schemes in more detail.

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