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Quels impacts de la marche sur le « vivre » et le « faire » la ville contemporaine ?

Abstract : Walking in cities has raised a renewed interest since the beginning of the 2000's as a multidisciplinary research object and a public policy support. This paper aims at discussing the collaboration between scientists and policy-makers to better understand the relationship between “walking” and “living” the city; especially by shedding light on the dimensions of the elaboration of the city and of urbanity, namely the "making" and the "living" the city. What are the values, stakes and interests of walking for scientists, policy-makers and users? Are they compatible or do they conflict? What are the implications in terms of coconstruction and planning of public spaces? These questions will be addressed through an action-research study: the “Quai Austerlitz” initiative, as a part of the Paris pedestrian strategy (Stratégie Paris Piéton). The first exploratory results have brought light on the uses and representations of the study area and highlightened central challenges raised by the coordination of public actors and the integration of all users in the governance of projects.
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Kaduna-Eve Demailly, Charles Capelli, Julie Roussel, Hélène Charreire. Quels impacts de la marche sur le « vivre » et le « faire » la ville contemporaine ?. Pollution Atmosphérique : climat, santé, société, Le Kremlin Bicêtre : Revue Pollution atmosphérique, 2018. ⟨halshs-02183471⟩



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