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Danish architect 'reconquers' urban areas for bikers and hikers

Danish architect Jan Gehl has a simple solution for improving public health, cleaning cities' air and battling climate change: Redesign cities to accommodate people, not cars. And while his approach may be simple, it is one that has been shunned in recent decades as modern society raced to replace open-air markets, downtown stores and public transport systems with sprawling supermarkets and ever-larger shopping malls surrounded by a moonscape of free parking.


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