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Complete Streets

Complete streets, a route to healthier and safer lives

14 September 2017

Many cities face critical health and safety issues, with poor air quality killing around 5.5 million people worldwide annually. In India, it is estimated that around 1.2 million people die yearly due to air pollution costing the economy an estimated 3% of GDP. In cities, taking a ‘complete streets’ approach can help address health issues and make our cities safer and more liveable.

Complete streets, a route to healthier lives

05 January 2017

Many cities face critical health issues, with poor air quality killing around 5.5 million people worldwide annually. In London, it is estimated that around 9,400 people die yearly due to air pollution. Taking a ‘complete streets’ approach can help address health issues and also make our cities more liveable.

To pedestrianise or not to pedestrianise?

25 July 2016

Oxford Street is the UK’s largest retail destination and one of the world’s premier shopping streets, with approximately 3.5 million visitors a week. The Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street area generates around £7.6 billion annually, but there are also challenges relating to the quality of the shopping experience on Oxford Street and evidence shows that these challenges are deterring people from visiting and spending longer in the area.

Steer Davies Gleave developing a Complete Streets Initiative in Orange County, California

16 November 2015

Steer Davies Gleave was appointed in April 2015 by the Orange County Council of Governments (OCCOG) in California to undertake a Complete Streets Initiative to help create a transportation network that serves all users, and to ensure that Orange County is in compliance with the California Complete Streets Act (AB1358) 2008. The Act requires the circulation element of General Plans to “plan for a balanced, multimodal transportation network that meets the needs of all users.”

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