Jeanne d’Arc Street; A Model Pedestrian-Friendly Street for all of Beirut | Ifi Policy Brief

Policy Brief | August 2014
Jeanne d’Arc Street; A Model Pedestrian-Friendly Street for all of Beirut by Cynthia Myntti and
Mounir Mabsout
Walking, it has been said, is the ultimate form of sustainable public transportation. Beirut, however, is one of the most pedestrian unfriendly cities in the world. Many streets do not even have sidewalks, and where they exist, they are often broken, or obstructed, or hazardous when wet. In 2010, two units at AUB, the Neighborhood Initiative and the Center for Civic Engagement and Community Service, joined forces to design Beirut’s first barrier-free walkway on Jeanne d’Arc Street, a major thoroughfare in the university’s neighborhood.

Publisher: 
Issam Fares Institute For Public Policy And International Affairs
تاريخ النشر: 
الجمعة, 1 آب 2014
نوع المورد: 
Studies and Reports
ملف: 
Environment
حلة: 
Environment, Health