|Overview: Public Space|
An area that is open and accessible to the public.
Freedom of movementStimulates economic activityCreates spaces for social activities and improves quality of life.
What is Public Space?
John Spacey, updated on September 21, 2017
Public space is an area that is open and accessible to people. Common examples include roads, paths, sidewalks, parks, public squares, natural areas, beaches and public buildings such as libraries.Ample public space is considered essential to the quality of life and economy of a city. Public space may include places for personal solace, companionship, family and community. It is essential to freedom of movement.
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