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Walking methods in practice - two international case studies (video 2 of 3)

Michael Duignan


Dr. Michael B. Duignan (University of Surrey) details how theory and examples in Video 1 apply to Olympic cities as one example of an extreme environment. Specifically how Olympic cities become temporarily spatially reconfigured and how this temporarily (though sometimes permanently) changes the way visitors, residents flow and businesses operate across the city. These changes include roads, parks, beaches, whole town centres et cetera, and represent just a few of the complex ways a city is transformed as a result of hosting the Olympics. This video is part of Online Resource produced by NCRM. This is video 2 of 3. To view to full resource visit