Paths, Tracks and Trails: Designing for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Paths, Tracks and Trails: Designing for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Edited by Laura Zampieri
Edited by Paolo Ceccon

$49.95

  • Pedestrian and cycle paths are important issues in enviromental construction. More attention is being paid to green commuting and keeping fit - walking and cycling are becoming more and more popular. Thus, the design of pedestrian and cyclist paths are drawing more attention from landscape designers
Full Description
Walking and cycling are becoming a fashionable lifestyle choice - both as a low-impact exercise and a healthy means of travel. There is ever-growing demand for the construction of pedestrian and cyclist paths internationally, and it's the rate of growth that highlights new challenges as well as opportunities for landscape designers. This book showcases several exciting design projects of pedestrian and cyclist paths across a range of environments, from cities to local communities, urban to larger national parks. The book includes an informative design guide and a set of criteria that should provide strong reference materials for professionals and students in related design fields.
Specifications
Publisher
The Images Publishing Group
ISBN
9781864706567
Published
29th Jul 2016
Binding
Hardback
Territory
USA & Canada
Size
9.65 in x 11.81 in
Pages
272 Pages
Illustrations
400 color, 10 b&w
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