Why small steps matter in improving accessibility

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Repairing, restoring and reshaping existing accessibility systems should not be overlooked in efforts to deliver a 30-minute city, a University of Sydney traffic engineer says.

“Planners, engineers, and – especially – politicians like to focus on building new things rather than repairing, restoring, and reshaping existing systems,” says David Levinson. “[However] saving time is not pointless.

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