Designing flexible developments for a reduced-car future

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Likely reductions in car use should prompt housing developers to think about how they design schemes, writes Félicie Krikler

Our traditional cities have evolved and adapted much of their language of streets, avenues, bridges and car parks to suit vehicular traffic, often at the detriment of the pedestrian realm. In response to this, planners, urban designers, architects, are all keen to participate in designing cities that rely far less on car ownership.

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