A walkable future for Des Voeux Road Central, as envisioned by a consortium led by the Dutch firm MLA+, which won a competition at the end of 2018 to pedestrianise the area. Photo: Handout

Making Hong Kong’s Central business district walkable should be a no-brainer: so why aren’t city leaders acting?

  • Support for a better pedestrian environment on Des Voeux Road Central is broad and enthusiastic
  • However, this can’t happen without strong backing from the chief executive and the Central and Western District Council
Topic |   Urban planning

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A walkable future for Des Voeux Road Central, as envisioned by a consortium led by the Dutch firm MLA+, which won a competition at the end of 2018 to pedestrianise the area. Photo: Handout
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