Sense and Nonsense of Shared Space

  • Soort:Artikel tijdschrift
  • Auteur:Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Gerlach, Drs. Rob Methorst, Dipl.-Ing. Dirk Boenke, cand.-Ing. Jens Leven
  • Datum:13-05-2008

A contribution to make a popular design philosophy more
objective


 

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  • Shared Space is an EU wide philosophy of urban road design. However it is not a new
    concept and implemented in German guidelines for a long time. The main return from
    the projects is a substantial improvement of spatial quality in sensible road sections
    and places. They are dealing with informal social minded rules replacing traffic regulations, particularly traffic signs and traffic lights. In general it can be concluded that in show cases traffic safety indeed has improved. On the other hand there are still noticeable conflicts. Shared Space has limits and requirements of use which are discussed in this article.

  • We werken aan een nieuwe reactiemodule. Het plaatsen van reacties is daardoor tijdelijk uitgeschakeld.

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