Building Bridges

/ Visionary / Transitional

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Identify connecting points and crossings in between landlocked sections of the city that are enclosed by natural and man-made features that act as physical barriers to accessibility. Create lifelines to enhance the area’s livability and improve accessibility. Identify potential social bridges and strengthen existing ones, with potentials to provide a *Pedestrian Corridor and create new *Nodes.


Tangible Objectives
New connecting points between areas
New Nodes
Walking Map for Kuala Lumpur

Policy, Program & Campaign
Walking KL
Survey, mapping and documenting
Identifying and categorising
Upgrade/improve conditions
Pedestrian Corridors
Standardised signage


Walker, Alissa. “Six Freeway Removals That Changed Their Cities Forever.” Gizmodo. Last modified May 25, 2016.
https://gizmodo.com/6-freeway-removals-that-changed-their-cities-forever-1548314937

Best Practices (Regional/ Seoul)
“Seoul | Cheonggye Freeway.” Congress for The New Urbanism, CNU. Accessed August 2016.
https://www.cnu.org/highways-boulevards/model-cities/seoul

Best Practices (International/ San Francisco)
“San Francisco | Embarcadero Freeway.” Congress for The New Urbanism, CNU. Accessed August 2016
https://www.cnu.org/highways-boulevards/model-cities/embarcadaro


 

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Complete list of strategies
Walkability
Pedestrianising
Back Alley
Cultural Integrity
Repurpose Space
Building Bridges
Time / Area Specific
Pedestrian Corridor
Cycling Corridor & Network
Institutional Nodes
Buffer Area / Node
Waste Management
Pollution Control
Urban Biodiversity
Low-Hanging Opportunities
Opportunity Spaces

 


 

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