Safety and urban mobility

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As active travel becomes more popular in Europe, the way in which urban spaces are being used is changing. Safety and urban mobility includes the ways in which practitioners seek to ensure the safety of all road and public space users – incorporating all modes of urban travel. 

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St. John's Temporary School Street Opening (Southampton, UK)

St. Johns Temporary School Street Opening in Southampton was implemented with the aim of making a school street more child-friendly.

The street was first opened to pedestrians temporarily using portable bollards to restrict traffic for 45-minutes during school drop off and pick up times. However, coffin bollards that are lowered and raised every school day have since been permanently installed following successful implementation and a positive evaluation. 

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