This traffic review is the appendix of Proposed Tram & Pedestrian Precinct in Des Voeux Road Central (Summary Report).
The report is a practical proposal which would significantly change the image of Central and address the poor air quality in Hong Kong’s Central Business District.
This booklet is composed of the appendices of Proposed Tram & Pedestrian Precinct in Des Voeux Road Central (Summary Report) which is a practical proposal which would significantly change the image of Central and address the poor air quality in Hong Kong’s Central Business District.
Civic Exchange, the Hong Kong Institute of Planners, City University of Hong Kong and the MVA consultancy published a practical proposal to revitalize the Central district by turning a segment of Des Voeux Road into a green space reserved for trams and pedestrians.
This report studies the walking environment in Central, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok and Ma On Shan, draws on the best practices from overseas cities, and maps out what it takes for Hong Kong to become a world class city for pedestrians.
This checklist is designed to assist decision makers to assess the biodiversity value of a study area, and arrive at a decision framework outlined in the context of the wider plans for conservation of biodiversity in Hong Kong.
This paper aims to assist the decision-makers and admiistrators responsible for protecting Hong Kong’s biodiversity.
This paper provides a snapshot of the current status of park management in Hong Kong, and explores in depth examples of international best practice. It also outlines ideas for revising the governance of the Country Parks network.
What results have Hong Kong’s urban renewal policies produced in practice? What impact have they had on our built environment? Are they environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable? This report is a critical analysis of Hong Kong’s urban renewal policies since 2000…
In recent years there has been growing concern about the diminishing livability of Hong Kong’s urban environment. Public concern has focused on air pollution, especially from diesel vehicles on our congested roads, limited open space for public interaction, and the “wall effect” and “street canyon effect”.