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WHAT DOES PEDESTRIAN PRECINCT MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Pedestrian zones are areas of a city or town reserved for pedestrian-only use and in which some or all automobile traffic may be prohibited. They are instituted by communities who feel that it is desirable to have pedestrian-only areas. Converting a street or an area to pedestrian-only use is called pedestrianisation. Pedestrian zones have a great variety of attitudes or rules towards human-powered vehicles such as bicycles, inline skates, skateboards and kick scooters. Some have a total ban on anything with wheels, others ban certain categories, others segregate the human-powered wheels from foot traffic, and others still have no rules at all. Many of Middle Eastern casbas have no wheeled traffic, but use donkey-driven or hand-driven carts for freight transport.
The translations of pedestrian precinct from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «pedestrian precinct» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PEDESTRIAN PRECINCT» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «pedestrian precinct» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «pedestrian precinct» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about pedestrian precinct
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PEDESTRIAN PRECINCT»
Discover the use of pedestrian precinct in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to pedestrian precinct and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A Guide to Planning for Community Character
urban core. In addition to creating freedom of movement for pedestrians, a grade-
separated pedestrian precinct allows flexibility in creating space for restaurants,
for example, by widening the precinct to accommodate tables and movement.
Lane H. Kendig, 2012
Retailising Space: Architecture, Retail and the ...
The territorial productions of the pedestrian precinct have opened up more
activities and opportunities for the citizens of Malmo, and a lot of these
territorialisations also seem to be moving in the same direction, promoting
consumption and ...
Prof Dr Mattias Kärrholm, 2013
Should the High Street be Closed to Traffic?
precinct. ^o access to Town Centre In a pedestrian precinct people can enjoy
being in the high street without having to worry about the dangers of traffic. They
can sit with their friends and children at the pavement cafes and enjoy some
Julia Roche, 2005
Community Character: Principles for Design and Planning
A grade-separated pedestrian precinct, with the pedestrian level above the
automobile street, is the most desirable structure for urban cores (see the
companion book, A Guide to Planning for Community Character, for further
Lane H. Kendig, Bret C. Keast, 2012
Wheels of Progress?: Motor Transport, Pollution and the ...
The concept of a pedestrian precinct is not. of course, a new one — thus many
examples of historical cities which have utilized this form of town centre can be
given. The modern development of the pedestrian precinct may be 1at least
John Rose, 1973
Retailing (RLE Retailing and Distribution): Shopping, ...
The most common form of these centres was the open air pedestrian precinct.
When first opened, these spacious pedestrian precincts attracted considerable
interest from retailers and were popular with consumers because they were such
Larry O'Brien, Frank Harris, 2012
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning: ...
▻pedestrian link. pedestrian precinct [n] urb. ▻pedestrian zone. 4155 pedestrian
shelter [n] recr. urb. (Protective roof structure, which may be open-sided, one- or
three-sided; e.g. at public transit stops or on hiking trails; ▻park shelter, ...
Klaus-Jürgen Evert, 2010
Britain's New Towns: Garden Cities to Sustainable Communities
The pedestrian precinct developed at Stevenage and Coventry were to be the
precursor of the fully enclosed shop- ping mall. These were to come to the fore in
the era of the arcades. second generation of New Towns, such as Runcorn, and.
Anthony Alexander, 2009
Cities and Nature
"m" I» -s Figure 16.5 La Rambla is an example of a pedestrian precinct in the
historic center of Barcelona. Such spaces are lively and important to
counterbalance the automobile Source: Photo by Lisa Benton-Short visitors can
find kiosks that ...
Lisa Benton-Short, John Rennie Short, 2013
ECMT Round Tables Freight Transport and the City
< 1.8t* Van 1.8-2.8t* other vehicles Van 2.8-3.5 t* Light lorry 3.5-6 t* Medium lorry
6-15 t* delivery vehicle Heavy lorry >15t* The inner cordon was drawn around
the points of access to and departure from the pedestrian precinct. Here, 4 034 ...
European Conference of Ministers of Transport, 1999
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PEDESTRIAN PRECINCT»
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Barnsley town centre transformed into seaside
So tons of clean play sand has been delivered to create a beach on the former open market area next to the pedestrian precinct for people to sit ... «Barnsley Chronicle, Jul 15»
HanseMerkur transacts largest real estate deal
The shopping center was built on the area of the former ZOB, right at the main station, and is located next to the reshaped pedestrian precinct. It houses around ... «Property Magazine International, Jul 15»
Police strongly condemn law-breaking behaviours
In addition, a woman was suspectedly shot in the leg with an air gun and sustained leg injuries in the pedestrian precinct. She was sent to ... «Military Technologies, Jul 15»
Barnsley by the sea event set to make a splash
So tons of sand will be delivered into the pedestrian precinct for people to sit and play on. ** The full story is in the Barnsley Chronicle ... «Barnsley Chronicle, Jul 15»
Bid to ban traffic from Strand
Colin Milne of the Crown and Badger said a lot of the people he talked to liked the idea of turning The Strand into a pedestrian precinct. "I don't ... «New Zealand Herald, Jul 15»
Hunt For Wimbledon tennis ball appears in Glasgow's city centre
A Hunt For Wimbledon tennis ball in Glasgow's Argyle Street pedestrian precinct. The balls have been placed in various towns and cities to ... «Demotix.com, Jun 15»
Popular market 'under threat' after 17 years of trade
Marilyn and Robin Hanbury said: “The market is currently held twice a month in the Cliffe pedestrian precinct and the only feasible arrangement ... «Sussex Express, Jun 15»
'No regard' for pedestrians
I am partially sighted and a couple of weeks ago I was leaving House of Fraser at the pedestrian precinct entrance opposite Hotter shoe shop in ... «Bournemouth Echo, Jun 15»
BLOWN LIGHT FITTING SPARKS ALARM AT NEW LOOK STORE
... has been cordoned off for the meantime. UPDATE @ 14:47 – Fire crews have now left the scene. The pedestrian precinct has fully reopened. «Island Echo, Jun 15»
Island sounds come to Newtown
... and the next two on Melville's Seventh Street, which was turned into a pedestrian precinct with open-air food and craft stalls for the occasion. «BDlive, Jun 15»
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