Pedestrian Priority Streets
This document is part of a series on innovative municipal norms that have the potential to help create environments promoting safe, active transportation. Here, we discuss pedestrian priority streets.
Published in March 2016.  Description.  Download   2.0 MB

Pedestrian priority streets aim principally at creating more convivial streets for people crossing them or for using their immediate surroundings. In the document, we discuss evaluation results on conviviality and security as well as issues related to implementation.

Pedestrian Priority Streets
10 pages
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The production of the NCCHPP website has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada.