Melbourne, Australia: A Pedestrian Paradise

After a decade spent redesigning the public realm, Melbourne, Australia is a haven of people-oriented development and mobility.

Streetfilms speaks with some of the prime movers in the Melbourne livable streets universe, who explain how a car-dominated new world city can be retooled as a pedestrian environment teeming with public life.

Thanks to Streetsblog

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