New Directions in Street Layout and Design: Prioritising Spaces and Places for People over vehicles.



Proposals for an updated Manual for Streets [3] debated by eleven leading experts in this field.
0:00:00 – Katja Stille, UDG Chair. Director Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design.
INTRODUCTION TO THE DISCUSSION

0:03:00 – Glenn Higgs  WSP, Technical Director Transport Planning
INTRODUCTION TO MANUAL FOR STREETS [3]

0:10:04 – Robert Huxford  UDG Director
THE POLITICAL & LEGAL FRAMEWORK (Fundamental yet perhaps overlooked issues)

0:17:38 – Jeremy Leach  London Living Streets, Chair​
VISION ZERO (Road Safety)

0:23:19 – Graham Smith  Urban Design Consultant
BOULEVARDS, MAIN STREETS, DENSITY (What else ought to be considered for inclusion)

0:30:54 – Stefan Kruckowski  Urban Designer
PRACTICAL APPLICATION (Documents, aims versus reality).

0:37:50 – Julie Futcher Architect, Researcher + Consultant
CLIMATE RESPONSIVE STREETS (A frequently overlooked issue).

0:47:48 – Colin Davis  Architect and Public Realm Consultant
PUTTING MANUAL FOR STREETS TO PRACTICAL USE (The importance of clarity in the use of language).

0:53:09 – Kenny Aitken  Transport Scotland
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE- SCOTLAND AND THE NATIONAL ROADS DEVELOPMENT GUIDE (The importance of a regularly updated online resource)

1:01:57 – Brenda Puech Inclusive Design Consultant
INCLUSIVE DESIGN (What about existing streets?)

1:13:18 – Phil Jones  Phil Jones Associates
REFLECTIONS (Why has there been little progress over the past 10 to 20 years, particularly in the context of mass housing?)

1:23:02 – Tim Pharoah  Transport and Urban Planning Consultant
REFLECTIONS (Should there be more congruence with national policy goals?)

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