Sharing our space with strangers is an uncomfortable concept for most of us. Yet Hans Monderman pioneered the concept of pedestrians sharing space with traffic in the 1980’s
His road schemes had no need of road signs, intrusive coloured road markings, concrete kerbs, build-outs or any of the other traditional responses in the highway engineers design guides. So can we achieve this in Dorset?
An article about Sharing our Space by Sue Mitchell and Ben Hamilton-Baillie was published in the September 2009 edition of the Dorset Magazine. Read the full article here. 24.06 Kb