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    Pedestrian connectivity

    im taking architecture course in University Technology Malaysia, and doing my thesis for final year, and it is base on my interest topic which is pedestrian connectivity...but i need some fresh new idea on how i can improve my topic...because the site that has been chosen already have the connectivity element but it still not connect or related to the whole town area....the historical town area with many places of interest....but it seems to be disconnected and not well joined with other streets..,,,which some of it were fully pedestrianize and dominated by people itself...and now...i need a new idea,,,on how i can create a new approaches to enhance the pedestrian connectivity and the streets to become as a whole or else as a walkable historical town area......

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    The world of walking is about quality as much as quantity. What is the nature of the pedestrian environment? What is the pedestrian experience and how could it be improved?

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