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The RTF has identified six road/street functions
The RTF has identified six road/street functions
A Family of Street types
A Family of Street types
Workshop 1: Local Stakeholders
Workshop 1: Local Stakeholders
Conventional approach to street design
Conventional approach to street design
Conventional approach to street design
Conventional approach to street design
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Signal removal: four case study sites
Levels of bus-to-bus interchange, Route 333
Levels of bus-to-bus interchange, Route 333
Asymmetrical bus passenger flows, Tooting Broadway
Asymmetrical bus passenger flows, Tooting Broadway
Asymmetrical bus passenger flows, Tooting Broadway
Asymmetrical bus passenger flows, Tooting Broadway
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
The Variety of Street Activities
The Variety of Street Activities
Street activities: Great George Street
Street activities: Great George Street
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change
From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change

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From Urban Roads to Living Streets: Making the Change

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1From Urban Roads to Living Streets: 15vehicles from removing signals Junction
Making the Change. Peter Jones Professor layout key influence on pedestrian impacts
of Transport and Sustainable Development. Traffic signal removal is most appropriate
Keynote Speech: Living Streets Annual where there are equal numbers of
Supporters Conference, June 2013. pedestrians and vehicles, and where
2Contents. My role and aims Roads Task vehicle speed is relatively slow. Least
Force Report a great opportunity Some appropriate at junctions where there are
recent research findings: Traffic signal dominant vehicle movements in which
removal and pedestrians Streets as removing control might encourage increased
interchanges Street activities Mapping vehicle speeds. Removal of signalised
furniture footprints Taking stock Gaps in control should be considered alongside
knowledge Opportunities and allies. traffic calming measures such as chicanes,
3My role and aims. Role: the ECs raised tables, speed bumps or lower speed
critical friend model Aims: Highlight limits. Provision for vulnerable
opportunities created by forthcoming RTF pedestrians, particularly for the mobility
report Show examples of wealth of research impaired remains a key concern because
to draw on, alongside practical experience without signal facilities, vulnerable
Encourage closer working between activists pedestrians may be unable to cross the
and academics Propose a future challenge. junction.
4Roads Task Force (RTF) report. Set up 16Streets as interchanges. Tooting
by the Mayor to take a long-term look at Broadway, South London.
the needs of Londons roads independent 17Levels of bus-to-bus interchange,
panel Report due to be launched on 10th Route 333.
July Key messages: Most London roads are 18Asymmetrical bus passenger flows,
streets, with multiple functions This is Tooting Broadway.
MUCH more than just about vehicle movement 19Range of footway users. Striders
Quality of public realm and street traffic Traders Customers Browsers
experience crucial to continuing success Queuers Entertainers. Socialisers
of London as a global leading city Cant Observers Waiters Resters Inhabiters.
continue to compromise all the time. 20
5The RTF has identified six road/street 21The Variety of Street Activities
functions. 22Street activities: Great George
6A Family of Street types. Bringing Street.
them together: Londons street family. 6. 23
7Implications. This is important 24Range of footway services. Retail
because: It recognises that streets have services (stalls, paper sellers, etc.)
multiple functions, emphasising many Communications (phone & post boxes)
things that Living Streets has been Cash point machines Public transport
promoting for a long time It gets way from services (shelters, info.) Public amenity
the one size fits all mentality: vehicle (seating, toilets, bins,) Public art and
traffic is NOT always the first priority greenery Wayfinding and traffic
It gives full weight to Place/Living regulation.
street functions This requires new 25
approaches to sensitive street design and 26What is a street furniture
community engagement again, where Living footprint? Street space available is
Streets has much to offer. therefore reduced. Bus shelter and
8Workshop 1: Local Stakeholders. footprint. Bin and footprint.
9Conventional approach to street 27Some street furniture footprints.
design. Residential area. District Size of Furniture (width x length). Total
shopping centre. Footprint. Cycle stand. 0.10m x 0.60 m.
10Balanced approach to street design. 0.60m x 1.30m. Bench. 0.48m x 1.06m. 1.18m
Residential area. District shopping x 1.18m. Rubbish bin. 0.50m x 0.50m. 1.20m
centre. x 1.50m. Bus stop area. 1.30m x 3.25m.
11Sample of research findings. Impacts 2.40m x 3.90m.
of traffic signal removal on pedestrians 28Taking Stock: Gaps in knowledge.
(Clare Woodcock) Streets as interchanges Vehicle movement is well research and
(Ian James) Street activities (Lucy applied: Full design standards
Godfrey) Mapping street furniture Quantitative performance measures
footprints (Rachel Palfreeman). Comprehensive modelling capability
12Signal removal: four case study sites. Extensive appraisal of benefits Less is
Wyndham Way junction with High Street. understood about pedestrian movement
13Changes in pedestrian behaviour. Virtually NOTHING is known about street
Cabstand/ Wyndham Way. Wyndham Way/ High activity: No established design standards
Street. Jermyn Street/ Duke Street Saint No robust performance measures No
James. Ruislip Road East/ Greenford modelling and appraisal.
Avenue. Pedestrian Flow. The same. 29Taking Stock: Where do we stand?
Increased. Increased. Decreased. Living streets chimes with the times, so
Composition. Changed by a small amount, a good start! But, this is about much more
not statistically significant. Changed by than pedestrians! Most work on streets
a small amount, not statistically still on a modal basis, not holistic, and
significant. Changed by a small amount, General reference to encouraging walking
not statistically significant. Changed by and cycling And the balance of
a small amount, not statistically attention?? 80% cycling 15% walking 5%
significant. Formal and informal crossing. street activity.
Informal crossing increased. Informal 30Opportunities and Allies. Scope for
crossing increased. Informal crossing academics, practitioners and activists to
increased. Informal crossing decreased by work closer together while recognising
significant percentage (-16%). Delay. each others agendas RTF report provides a
Decreased in HPHV and LPHV, increased in good basis for moving forward putting
LPLV. Decreased during LPHV and HPHV the living back into streets! It
conditions, and remained the same during recognises the key importance of streets
LPLV. Increased during two conditions: as places and the need to raise street
HPHV, LPLV and remained the same during quality and foster street activity Many
LPHV. Increased during all four powerful groups support this change of
conditions. Crossing Speed. Decreased emphasis health, developers, retailers,
during all conditions. Increased during etc. But streets need champions and
LPLV, remained the same during HPHV and custodians, who cherish the diversity of
LPHV. Increased during all conditions. urban streets and their functions.
Increased during all conditions. 31Opportunities and Allies. Scope for
14Junction safety. Pedestrian academics, practitioners and activists to
perceptions: Ealing. Cabstand/ Wyndham work closer together while recognising
Way. Wyndham Way/ High Street. Jermyn each others agendas RTF report provides a
Street/ Duke Street Saint James. Ruislip good basis for moving forward putting
Road East/ Greenford Avenue. Accident the living back into streets! It
Statistics. No accidents before or after. recognises the key importance of streets
Number of accidents increased after the as places and the need to raise street
signals were removed. - No pedestrian quality and foster street activity Many
accidents. One accident before, one powerful groups support this change of
accident after. No pedestrian accidents. emphasis health, developers, retailers,
Six accidents before, two were pedestrian/ etc. But streets need champions and
vehicle collisions. No accident custodians, who cherish the diversity of
information available after signal urban streets and their functions .is
removal. this where YOU come in?
15Conclusions. Clear benefits to
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