The City of Sydney is planning to make certain streets in the north of the Sydney CBD more […]
Category Archive: Footpaths and Sidewalks
Through August and October I visited every QMS advertising panel in the City of Sydney. I surveyed their location and ref code to add to OpenStreetMap, an open geospatial database that powers many maps worldwide. I uploaded photos of many displays to Mapillary, which you can view by clicking on pins in the map above.
Consider the image. In the center of this image we see a brand new raised and marked pedestrian […]
As one wanders around greater Sydney, one notices really small things, like missing links in the footpath network. […]
Narrow footpaths are inadequate for maintaining safe social distancing. You may also have noticed that many public spaces […]
WalkSydney is pleased to make a submission on the Sydney Fish Market – Concept and Stage 1. WalkSydney […]
Anyone who has traveled from Redfern station to the University of Sydney is familiar with Lawson Street. The […]
In the minds of urban designers, the footpaths are designed and built with a particular material. On day […]
Consider the featured image, a set of rubbish and recycling bins, and their spillover, on a footpath in […]
Reporting issues is a quick and easy way to help your local council look after the community.
Let us speak not of beautiful glass boxes. Let us dream not of transit-oriented design. Instead, let us […]
The Alexandria-Moore Park Connector (A2MP) is proposed as a set of road widenings that will attract additional vehicles […]
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