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1 INTRODUCTION
2 THE SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PUBLIC URBAN SPACE
2.1 The Street as Urban Culture
2.2 Public Life and Personal Health
3 MOBILITY AND TOWN LlVABILITY
3.1 Research on Design Interventions and Policy
3.2 A Planning Concept tor Channelling Urban Movement
3.3 Movement through Sheltered Streets and Public Spaces
4 GENESIS OF THE 'PASSAGE'
4.1 Historical Precedent and Design Trends
5 STRATEGIE$ FOR TRAFFIC-CALMING
5.2 Planning Idea of the 'Woonerf'
5.3 Applications of the 'Woonerf'
6.1 Dutch Bicycle Network Studies
6.2 Developing a basic infrastructure network: a User-Group approach
7 PRIORITIES FOR URBAN-CENTRED CLiMATE-PROTECTION
8.1 Cold-Climate Areas
8.2 Hot-Climate Areas
9 CONCLUSIONS
9.1 Principles to Improve Livability in Urban Areas
REFERENCES
AUTHORS' BIOGRAPHICAL DATA
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