Road section urban design

Discover innovative urban design ideas to transform road sections into vibrant and functional spaces. Enhance the aesthetics and functionality of your city with these inspiring road section design concepts.

Design elements to rejuvenate Indian Streets: A case of Bellasis Road, Mumbai

Streets in the last century were primarily designed as a mode of transport for goods and services. This automobile-centric approach of street design stifled the human accessibility aspect, and eventually, cities forgot that every citizen is a pedestrian at some point in a day. But this scenario is changing, and cities globally are leading the movement to reinvest in their streets with a focus on pedestrian environment. Mumbai is a city of pedestrians, with 51% of the total daily trips being…

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Set of city road cross-sections vector image on VectorStock

Set of city road cross-sections with people, trees, streetlight, cars, motorcycles, different type of city roads on white background in vector. Download a free preview or high-quality Adobe Illustrator (ai), EPS, PDF, SVG vectors and high-res JPEG and PNG images.

SFMTA Unveils 6th St. Proposal With Road Diet, Bike Lanes, Wider Sidewalks | Streetsblog San Francisco Street Analysis Urban Design, Cover Proposal, Villa Architecture, Urban Ideas, Streetscape Design, Urban Analysis, Urban Design Diagram, Urban Design Graphics, Urban Design Architecture

SFMTA Unveils 6th St. Proposal With Road Diet, Bike Lanes, Wider Sidewalks - Streetsblog San Francisco

SFMTA unveiled a proposal last week to redesign northern Sixth Street by trimming traffic lanes from four to two, widening sidewalks, and adding unprotected, green-painted bike lanes. Intersections on the stretch between Market and Howard Streets could also get features like raised crosswalks, speed tables (like speed bumps, but wider), and textured pavement to tame driving speeds. […]

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