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Mike Rawlinson: How the Uses of Cities Change Over Time

Walking tour

Festival of the Future City/
Tue 17 November 2015

Mike Rawlinson: How the Uses of Cities Change Over Time

Walking tour

Mike Rawlinson Credit City ID
Tue 17 November 2015,

Cities change all the time – what was once a harbour becomes a road; a dual carriageway is taken out and a new city square created; old buildings are taken down and reused; new cycleways replace traffic lanes. Bristol has seen more change than many other cities, with more to come. What impact does this have on long-term city planning and on people? Mike Rawlinson, founder of the Bristol Legible City project and director of many city mapping and wayfinding initiatives around the world, takes a tour of Bristol that looks at how places and uses change over time.

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