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Title: A Comparative Analysis Of Public Access Along The Waterfront Walkways Of Kingston And Belleville, Ontario
Authors: Ikram, Ali

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Keywords: Waterfront
Waterfront Walkway
Waterfront Pathway
Public Access
Pedestrian
Design
Issue Date: 24-Feb-2013
Abstract: This Report aims at understanding just how accessible the waterfronts in the cities of Kingston and Belleville, Ontario, are to the public by focusing on the physical design of the waterfront walkways and evaluating them against criteria established through research. The ultimate objective was to use these results to propose design interventions in order to enhance the pedestrian environment and improve public access to the waterfronts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/7825
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