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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ahmad Al qana
Designing a Pedestrian and Bike Route that does not Intersect with Motorist’s Streets
Design
(Master’s programme)
7
2019
In the modern world, walking in a street as a pedestrian became a problem. in the last hundred years on a transportation wise, cities development has focused on motorways, and how to solve traffic jams, neglecting the other parts of the streets, such as bike roads and pedestrian pavements.

In this project, we looked closely to the problems on the streets and searched for successful examples around the world, trying to make a good alternative for the people in order for them to reach their destination with different variations instead of having a car as the best variant.

we will try to create a pedestrian and bike route in the city of Korolove including nonmotorists bridges trying to optimize their experience.

at last, the project will also propose how can we apply that experience to the whole city.

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