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City forest Vlaanderenstraat / Place trees in a curved row and you will see ten times more trees / 2014 / Ghent

Tram and bus do not fit in the successful center of a city. The public space that involves their withdrawal offers surprising opportunities to the advantage of enjoying a city.
A city forest and a square in a street is one of the revenues due to the reduction of pretentious occupation of the center by public transport.
The same space in the city cannot be occupied twice; once by the city enjoyer and once by public transport. The choice follows from a social vision that is either slightly more hedonistic or categorically organized schematically.
The priority in the city center of pedestrians and cyclists applies no less to public transport for the benefit of the necessary success of a city center.
Keeping public transport away from the middle of a city center is rightly giving local priority to people instead of large-scale mobility.
Tram and bus do not fit in the successful center of a city. The public space that involves their withdrawal offers surprising opportunities to the advantage of enjoying a city.
A city forest and a square in a street is one of the revenues due to the reduction of pretentious occupation of the center by public transport.
The same space in the city cannot be occupied twice; once by the city enjoyer and once by public transport. The choice follows from a social vision that is either slightly more hedonistic or categorically organized schematically.
The priority in the city center of pedestrians and cyclists applies no less to public transport for the benefit of the necessary success of a city center.
Keeping public transport away from the middle of a city center is rightly giving local priority to people instead of large-scale mobility.
Tram and bus do not fit in the successful center of a city. The public space that involves their withdrawal offers surprising opportunities to the advantage of enjoying a city.
A city forest and a square in a street is one of the revenues due to the reduction of pretentious occupation of the center by public transport.
The same space in the city cannot be occupied twice; once by the city enjoyer and once by public transport. The choice follows from a social vision that is either slightly more hedonistic or categorically organized schematically.
The priority in the city center of pedestrians and cyclists applies no less to public transport for the benefit of the necessary success of a city center.