Accessible Safe Shared Streets

2 million Dutch live on Shared Streets called woonerven (pl.). The woonerf can be found internationally in various forms. At Oaklands Rise, we are designing our…
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Road signs suck. What if we got rid of them all?

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the website for oakland rise news shows people walking and playing in an area with trees
Oaklands Rise Woonerf
an aerial view of people walking on the sidewalk in front of buildings with green grass
Creative Placemaking: Designing the Cities of Our Future
creative placemaking: designing the cities of our future — Medium
an empty street in front of two buildings with trees and bushes on the side walk
VAL_FOURRE-GAUGIN_MILLET_2 « Landscape Architecture Platform
VAL_FOURRE-GAUGIN_MILLET_2 « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine
a city street filled with lots of traffic next to tall buildings and people walking on the sidewalk
RIBA's Stirling prize longlist 2012 – in pictures
Exhibition Road, London SW7, Dixon Jones It's not just buildings that contribute to the built environment. This is a conversion of Kensington's main museum street according to 'shared space' principles, which means giving pedestrians and cyclists equal footing with vehicles. Expect to see more of it
many people are walking down the street in front of some old buildings and parked cars
Eastgate Street, Chester, United Kingdom (Shared Space)
an artist's rendering of a city street with people walking and cars parked on the road
West District Master Plan & Street Standards
A compact and connected master plan, with a mixed use retail high street at its core, destination central park, and walkable street design.
an image of a road with cars driving on it and the words vox + 99 % invisible
Road signs suck. What if we got rid of them all?
Road signs suck. What if we got rid of them all?
several circular lights are projected on the ground in front of a building at night time
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Lighting_Station_in_Copenhagen:
a diagram showing how to use different types of diagrams
Lesson 20 - Federal Highway Administration University Course on Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation, July 2006 - FHWA-HRT-05-123
This diagram shows a plan for five blocks across and four blocks down and various traffic calming treatments incorporated at several interse...
a man riding a bike down a street next to a dog
Why 'woonerfs' will change how we drive
On the rise in the UK
the text safety effects of 30 km / h zones in the netherlands - sciencedirect
Safety effects of 30 km/h zones in the Netherlands
Safety effects of 30 km/h zones in the Netherlands - ScienceDirect
a man riding a bike down a street next to a dog
YOURS | Youth for the Road Safety
an empty city street with no cars on it
woonerf shared space tactile paving pedestrian oriented street