The Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL ran an architecture and design workshop for people with visual impairments this summer.
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North Lauderdale explores complete-streets concept
North Lauderdale has joined a growing list of cities that have realized that a right of way should be designed for more than just vehicular traffic.
At a recent workshop, city officials, staff and representatives of the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) discussed the feasibility of incorporating various elements of “complete streets” in some of the city’s roadways. A complete street is one that is designed and built for all modes of transportation; the goal is to make car drivers share the road with pedestrians and bikers.