Placemaking speakers share their experience and ideas

Local and international placemakers being briefed by PNB representatives during a ‘place games’ visit at Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur.

MOST capital cities in Asean countries could do with good placemaking measures, says New York-based organisation Project for Public Spaces senior vice-president Cynthia Nikitin.

“There is a need to balance street space, to get motorists to respect pedestrians and to transition traffic from highway to downtown or city area, ” she said.

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