“The UK is more innovative in terms of promoting public architecture, Mark Kelly global director education and science at Woods Bagot told Architecture & Design.”
read more @ the SOURCE: Architecture & Design Australia could do more to promote public architecture: Woods Bagot head.
“The Metrobus transport line in Istanbul, which began one year ago as an intergration of the underground metro and regular city bus systems, has had more passengers than expected.”
read more @ the SOURCE: Hurriyet – Unbearable crowd for fast transport.
Hanoi authorities and urban planners often “ignore the infrastructure factor when approving the city’s urban projects” and floods due to heavy rains are the consequence.
The argument was made by Ngo Trung Hai, deputy head of the Institute for Urban and Rural Zoning under the Ministry of Construction.
SOURCE: Vietnam latest news – Thanh Nien Daily.
Ottawa Citizen reports that “Hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of Ottawa road projects will be postponed until at least the middle of the next decade or even cancelled to pay for the city’s new mass-transit plan, if city council follows its own staff’s advice.”
SOURCE: Ottawa Citizen – More transit, fewer roads in city’s new master plan.
Metropolis Magazine reports that “Part of the agenda at the Re-imagining Cities conference was to create a manifesto for urban design curriculum moving forward. To spark the conversation, a panel was held on Saturday morning titled “An Agenda for Urban Design Education.”
read more @ the SOURCE: Metropolis POV » Re-imagining Cities: The Way Forward.