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Pedestrian Ways

• Develop a variety of pedestrian ways, each to indicate its typical use and level of activity. Each should have its own character indicative of its use.

• Provides links between buildings and spaces. This includes interconnecting with community.

• Most pedestrian ways should provide shade and "enclosure" for sense of comfort and security.


Map of Pedestrian Ways
Seating along a pedestrian way Paving can help identify primary routes Seating along a pedestrian way Main pedestrian paths should be clearly marked