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Carfree Neighbourhoods in London – Why not? Steve Melia
37% of households 1.5 million adults
Imagine… Freiburg Groningen Hamburg
2000 dwellings 5,300 people
3 Types of Carfree Development 1.Vauban (Stellplatzfrei) 2.Limited Access 3.Pedestrianised Centres with Residents
1 space/2 dwellings 57% of carfree households gave up on moving Annual Declaration €17,500/space
Vehicles walking pace pick up/deliver No parking (some infractions) Absolute priority for children playing
Stellwerk 60, Cologne … and for adults
2) Limited Access Type: Stellwerk 60, Cologne
1 space/ 5 dwellings €16,000/space Annual Declaration
How do people travel?
Car club spaces
3) Pedestrianised Centres
The Brunswick, Bloomsbury
Exeter Princesshay 120 flats, 23 parking spaces
Would anyone buy them?
Overnight Queue for Phase 1
Groningen (NL) City Centre No through traffic Half pedestrianised 16,500 residents 2,300 residents parking spaces
75% of city centre households carfree
‘Carfree Housing’ – Camden
Traffic-free residential area Designed around travel by other modes (inc. car clubs) Limited parking, separated from the housing Carfree Development
Anita Street, Manchester Retrofitting?
So how do we make it happen?
Rose, Autofreis wohnen Hamburg
Building a Carfree Movement: First Steps
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