The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Transport Projects

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Transport Projects

Etty Padmodipoetro (LF '06) and Camilla Ween (LF '08) believe that when the principle of a high quality public realm is uppermost, transportation projects have the greatest chance of succeeding in meeting multiple goals: improved traffic flow, greater urban connectivity, inviting shared spaces and neighborhood renewal. In an article for Cities Today, they present 3 case studies that show the potential gains and the pitfalls of ambitious transportation projects. Sadly, Boston’s Big Dig is a cautionary tale.

Read “Why transport projects must make cities more liveable” in Cities Today or download the article.

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One Response to The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Transport Projects

  1. Great article. Thanks for sharing with us !

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