EX-TRA works across six cities, and in each of these cities, a series of street experiments will be selected to act as case studies in our research. We call these testbeds.
Research into each of these testbeds will be used to:
generate insights into which combinations of physical design and regulation lead to a greater variation of uses and inclusivity in city streets, and how such changes impact the well-being of citizens.
improve understanding of the interaction between behavioural responses to novel street designs/regulations and wider attitudes towards a transition to post-car cities.
Data about each of the testbeds will be collected using Commonplace's online engagement platform.
Via Commonplace, residents are able to give feedback on what they think about a testbed in their local area. To view these Commonplace platforms, select one of the testbed images, and follow the link to commonplace at the end of the description.