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Urban spaces are seeing a poor adaptability of roads and pedestrian traffic to coexist without conflict. This can be seen by looking into vehicle versus pedestrian accidents and their causes, what interventions are currently in place, and how urban sprawl has played a part in this crisis. In addition, case studies focusing on various urban design plans will be evaluated. Finally, it will be discussed how these issues can be addressed and what implementations can be made architecturally to alleviate the strain between vehicles and pedestrians in urban spaces.
Las Vegas (Nev.)
Architecture;Design;Community Planning;Infrastructure;Pedestrian;Las Vegas
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
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Gregory, Maurice, "Redefining Pedestrian Infrastructure" (2022). Hospitality Design Graduate Capstones. 53.
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