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The accessible city

Posted on: 29 April 2014
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This booklet is an interim report on the international research activities of the CIB  Working Commission W101 Spatial Planning and Infrastructure Development. The basic concept of “The Accessible City” advocated by W101 is described in the overview section of this booklet. As an expert group on spatial design, the commission is convinced that this is a significant step for planning policy now and in the future in order to make urban spaces and society more open and friendly to all the people living in cities, as well as to restore the valuable places that tend to be lost due to motorization, commercialization and even the advancement of information technology. However, the specific aspects of urban issues differ from country to country, as evidenced by the various chapter titles of this booklet. It is both inevitable and enjoyable for international discussions to accept and respect such diversity. This booklet, as the first edition, consists of seven articles from seven countries at present. 

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