Tag Archives: Walkable Villages

Rockledge Walkability Plan, Post #6 – Village Concept Plan

Barry Watkins, 6 Jul 2018 Here’s a stab at a conceptual walkable village plan for the city of Rockledge. This is just a very preliminary concept plan that I put together as a way of facilitating our conversation on how … Continue reading

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Rockledge Walkability Plan, Post #2 – Complete, Compact, and Connected Villages

Barry Watkins, 5 June 2018 A walkable city is made up of walkable neighborhoods and villages that are complete, compact, and connected. Complete neighborhoods contain elements that help to meet residents’ daily needs like shopping, doctor’s offices, parks, schools, etc. … Continue reading

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Un-Sprawling Brevard Pt 2: Walkable Villages

Barry Watkins, 15 Apr 2017 We live in sprawlville. People die here. http://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/2017/04/05/child-bicycle-struck/100082066/ But it doesn’t have to be this way. We can un-sprawl! The sprawl development pattern has been the default way of building things for decades in the … Continue reading

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Walkable Villages in Cocoa Beach

Here’s what it might look like to divide Cocoa Beach into walkable villages. Each village could be sized as a 10min walk (1/2mi) from edge to center. We could create 6 or 7 villages all up and down A1A. #CocoaBeach … Continue reading

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