Objective of the Study

1.1

The overall study objective is to formulate a broad planning and development framework setting out guidelines and standards for more effective and comprehensive planning for pedestrians at different levels of planning, based on which conceptual Pedestrian Plans would be prepared for application and assessment of broad impacts and implementation mechanisms of the pedestrian planning proposals.  

 

1.2    The Study aims to promote pedestrian planning in the plan making and development process and establish the prima facie feasibility of the pedestrian planning proposals to achieve the following objectives :

  1. reinforcement of pedestrian linkages between major pedestrian activity nodes;

Flyover system

Flyover system

  1. integration with the land use, urban design, transport, tourism, heritage conservation and environmental framework for more efficient use of pedestrian activity space and circulation;

Waterfront promenade

Waterfront promenade

  1. creation of a clean, safe, convenient, comfortable, pedestrian friendly and pleasant environment not only for the pedestrians' movements but as a place of attraction to capture their stay; and

Pedestrianised street

Pedestrianised street

  1. introducing or increasing the social, economic and cultural vibrancy and vitality for the pedestrian areas and their surroundings.

Introducing varieties of activities

Introducing varieties of activities

 

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