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See detailPROMPT New means to PROMote Pedestrian Traffic in cities
Rauhala, Kari; Martincigh, Lucia; Hüsler, Willi et al

Report (2005)

The main objective of the PROMPT project was to develop new innovative tools and solutions to improve the conditions of walking in cities. Their scope ranges from the urban level to the detailed street ... [more ▼]

The main objective of the PROMPT project was to develop new innovative tools and solutions to improve the conditions of walking in cities. Their scope ranges from the urban level to the detailed street level. They are aimed at problem identification, design and planning as well as at the implementation of considered measures in widely different situations. [less ▲]

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See detailCost Action C6 - Final Report : A city for pedestrians, policy-making and implementation
Bonanomi, Lydia; Corazza, Maria Vittoria; Fleury, Dominique et al

Report (2002)

In most cases, mobility management consists of designing the spaces between built-up areas so that they are adaptable and enable the setting up of the transport infrastructures which provide the backbone ... [more ▼]

In most cases, mobility management consists of designing the spaces between built-up areas so that they are adaptable and enable the setting up of the transport infrastructures which provide the backbone of urban planning. The supreme asset of private car has been its ability to adapt to the "empty" spaces handed down by previous generations, enabling it to develop to a irreversible situation; The car seems so indispensable as the bread to our contemporary urban societies. Such a development has, however, led to a significant number of malfunctions. "Reactive" travel policies aimed at reducing such effects focuse on the improvement of roads safety and on the rehabilitation of the citizen-pedestrian in the cities. The main objective of this COST Action is to promote better safety and urban quality for the weakest users - children, elderly and handicapped people - and to suggest planning and maintenance techniques aimed at improving urban quality. [less ▲]

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