Shared space: Why the best thing for some streets is a little bit of chaos

So many Americans fail to understand that uncertainty can be a good thing.


I would love to see this work, but the skeptic in me wonders if it would work anywhere remotely near where I live. Having said that, there is the odd street in Auckland that works like this. I’m not sure we are mature enough as drivers for this to work in an urban square.

It would be great to see this tested in a flat area such as Christchurch where there are more bikes. I’ve been to several conferences and seminars that talk about open spaces, green spaces, people friendly spaces, but most of it is theory and there is little happening in the area of urban redesign.

What do you reckon? Could it work here?

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About Luigi Cappel

Writer for hire, marketing consultant specialising in Location Based Services. Futurist and Public Speaker Auckland, New Zealand
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