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Woonerf , Eugene, Oregon, EUA. fonte: http://gizmodo.com/this-street-has-no-lanes-signals-or-signs-and-its-saf-1651826670

O que é uma Woonerf?

To answer BRO commentor elmdog’s question, “When is Allen Street going to get an aesthetic makeover? In two or three years from now Allen Street w…

Plaza Del Desierto by Eduardo Arroyo /NO.MAD; Location: Barakaldo, Spain

MAD Location: Barakaldo, Biscay, Spain Architect In Charge: Eduardo Arroyo Area: sqm Year: 2002 Photographs: Geraldine Bruneel,

Sidewalk zones. Click image for eight principles of good sidewalk design via EMBARQ Network, and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

Well-designed sidewalks have three zones, helping them serve as vibrant public spaces. Photo by Luísa Schardong/EMBARQ Brasil.

Woonerf. Rethinking the urban landscape.

Urban Greenery — A Dutch concept of street design by Hans Monderman encourages alternate modes of movement and inhabitation of the street-scape, which in this street means utilizing trees to create varied spaces.

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Planned Chaos Proposed for Downtown (Pittsburgh, Liberty: insurance, house, live) - Pennsylvania (PA) - Page 4 - City-Data Forum

Bike lane textures

Haarlem segregated lane and parking

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail took public space away from cars and gave it to people along eight miles of downtown streets. It consists of a raised, protected bicycle path, pedestrian way, native landscaping integrated with green stormwater management (bioswales), high density and pedestrian scaled lighting, unique signage and public art. Click image to tweet and see more photos, and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/boards/

"Indianapolis Cultural Trail": from cars to people along eight miles of downtown streets.

Cady's Alley NW , a lot like a woonerf

Cady's Alley in Georgetown is the only example of a woonerf in Washington, DC (at least that I know of). A woonerf is a street designed to prioritize non-motorized uses, while still permitting motor vehicles to navigate the spaces slowly and cautiously.