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Movement and transport planning 2011, Noha Nasser

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UDSS11 'hot tips and tricks', day 2

UDSS11 'hot tips and tricks', day 2

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  • 1. Movement and transport planning
  • 2. 1 Connect with the surrounding area 2 Define pedestrian, cyclist and vehicular movement 3 Define a permeable block structure 4 Create a clear hierarchy of streets
  • 3. Connect with the surrounding area 1 Transit Oriented Development, Peter Calthorpe, New Urbanism
  • 4. Connect with the surrounding area 1
  • 5. Connect to key routes 1 Source: John Thompson and Partners, Dolphins Barn 1 >> 2>> 3>> 4>> 5>> 6>>
  • 6. Connect to public transport and cycle routes 1
  • 7. Connect to key buildings and spaces 1 Source: John Thompson and Partners, Dolphins Barn
  • 8.  
  • 9. Define pedestrian, cyclist, and vehiclular movement routes 2
  • 10. Define pedestrian cyclist and vehicular movement routes 2 Source: John Thompson and Partners, Dolphins Barn
  • 11.  
  • 12. Define a permeable block structure 3
  • 13. Define a permeable block structure and active frontages 3
  • 14. Define active frontages around the block 3 Source: Mike Biddulph (2007)
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  • 16. Create a clear hierarchy of streets 4 Source: Roger Evans Associates, Newhall
  • 17. Create a clear hierarchy of streets 4 Street Definition guidelines : Vertical: buildings, walls, trees Horizontal: distance between vertical elements Height to width = 1: 1 to 1: 4
  • 18. Create a clear hierarchy of streets; boulevards & high streets 4
  • 19. Create a clear hierarchy of streets; residential streets & mews 4
  • 20. Create a clear hierarchy of streets; define their urban qualities 4 Source: John Thompson and Partners Holmethorpe, Redhill
  • 21. Create a clear hierarchy of streets; define their urban qualities 4
  • 22. Create a clear hierarchy of streets; design for multiple purposes 4
  • 23. 1 Connect with the surrounding area 2 Define pedestrian, cyclist and vehicular movement 3 Define a permeable block structure 4 Create a clear hierarchy of streets