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"Streets are social forms that challenge attempts to plan and govern them as mere containers or channels. Hence we might think of a social demand and right to access and participation in the life of convivial streets."
"The character of a city is defined by the connective matrix of streets and public spaces which forms the skeleton of the city upon which all else rests. Public space takes many spatial forms, including streets, sidewalks and footpaths that connect, but also edge space between buildings or roadsides which are often important spaces for the urban poor."
"Worldwide migration has shifted the focus of streets from increasing automotive traffic to multifaceted cultural stories enriching our life. Therefore we should still look for smart ecological solutions. In addition, we also need to include the new individual and collective stories in urban streetscapes at day and night."