RAISED WALK *
Town and Country: Local networks
Where fast moving cars and pedestrians meet in cities, the cars overwhelm the pedestrians. The car is king, and people are made to feel small.
We conclude that any pedestrian path along a road carrying fast-moving cars should be about 18 inches above the road, with a low wall or railing, or balustrade along the edge, to mark the edge. Put the raised walk on only one side of the road - make it as wide as possible.
Select High Order Pattern and
23 PARALLEL ROADS
52 NETWORK OF PATHS AND CARS **
54 ROAD CROSSING
Select Low Order Pattern and
119 ARCADES **
125 STAIR SEATS *
243 SITTING WALL **