Thursday, 10 December 2015

Byng Place

I just returned from surveying and consulting passers-by in Byng Place, a public space in the London's UCL University Campus area. A cycling group has initiated support for the new 'trial' design of an important central London communication spine used for cycling, walking and driving motor vehicles, especially taxi cabs. My local Living Streets group contributed by collaborating.
Although it is difficult to ask cyclists or motorists - or even busy pedestrians on their way to meetings and lectures - to stop and answer survey questions, it is hoped that support for the better public realm can be documented. Fortunately, about twenty such users took the time to give their opinions to me within a couple of hours during the morning peak from 0800 - 1000

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