This section provides an overview of the NSW Movement and Place Framework. It outlines the principles of ‘taking a Movement and Place approach’ in the context of existing planning and assessment processes.
Guidance and tools that assist practitioners in establishing a vision, objectives and evaluation criteria at the early stages of a project or asset life cycle based on an evidence-based understanding of place and movement needs.
Guidance documents and policies that Movement and Place practitioners can use to identify the issues and opportunities for achieving a shared vision and to inform the collaborative development of potential interventions.
The NSW Movement and Place Framework creates a direct link to existing and emerging standards and specifications to ensure the development, procurement, delivery, and maintenance of assets and services are considered acceptable by different road users
The benefits of taking a Movement and Place approach are realised when ongoing operations, maintenance and monitoring lead to improvements for all road users.
To ensure the continuous improvement of the NSW Movement and Place Framework, this section provides access to learning material, case studies and collaboration spaces for practitioners taking a Movement and Place approach
The Streets as Shared Spaces program has trialled street design changes in The Strand, Dee Why, that make it a more inviting place for people. Photo: Jullietta Jung.
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