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For example, as the boundary of a Woonerf marks a point at which the law changes, there must be a sign to say so.
Dissatisfaction with some detailed aspects of Woonerf operation was also seen.
The key to the woonerf is the primacy of nonmotorized activities.
The situation in this neighbourhood bears close resemblance to a woonerf .
Related concepts include living streets, Woonerf, and home zones.
The term "woonerf" has been adopted directly by some English-language publications.
The Woonerf, though without doubt a valuable contribution to safe living areas, has not proved to be a universal solution.
They have now encompassed the shared space principles as a way of rethinking the woonerf.
In newly constructed areas application of the Woonerf principle had become well proven and routine by the early 1980's.
One newspaper writer critiqued the woonerf concept for not going far enough and "banning cars altogether".
The entire locality of Emmen, Netherlands was designed as a woonerf in the 1970s.
What in the World is a Woonerf?
Crosscut.com described Occidental Park as a woonerf also.
Around are already overloaded traffic streets on to which traffic excluded from a Woonerf must be superimposed.
Despite growing support, however, it seems unlikely that, unless you visit the Netherlands, you will encounter a full-blown woonerf in the immediate future.
Perhaps the ultimate embodiment of traffic calming is the Dutch invention known as the Woonerf, or residential area.
First neighborhood Woonerf.
First official Woonerf opens.
In the Netherlands, more than 6,000 woonerf zones burnish these badges of communal spirit where motorized traffic doesn't rule the road.
The benefits of the woonerf are promoted by woonERFgoed, a network of professionals and residents.
It became popular during the 1970s in the Netherlands, which is why the Dutch word for a living street (woonerf) is often used as a synonym.
As a woonerf, the park is described as a "grand experiment" in Seattle, and nearly unique in Washington State.
The much evolved and refined Dutch version, the Woonerf, is supported by legislation which gives pedestrians priority over vehicles within these shared streets.
The woonerf movement originated in the Netherlands in the 1970s as a way of re-balancing the relationship between people and the movement of vehicles.
Under Article 44 of the Dutch traffic code, motorised traffic in a woonerf or "recreation area" is restricted to walking pace.
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