1. Exquisite Tweets from @frankieroberto, @tobybarnes, @philgyford

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    Some notes on the Pedway film I went to see at the Barbican last night: frankieroberto.com/Pedway_elevati…

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    Frankie Roberto

  2. @frankieroberto don’t agree that they were a bad idea. as someone who used to use them 3 days a week they were my highlight of the day

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    Toby Barnes

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  4. @antimega @tobybarnes we should be removing cars from the streets, not pedestrians.

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    Frankie Roberto

  5. @antimega @frankieroberto fair point. still think they have their place, its fascinating to see how Portland uses a sunken freeway.

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    Toby Barnes

    @frankieroberto @antimega define “street” elevated walkways give time to wandering, adding friction to some walks.

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    Toby Barnes

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  7. @antimega @tobybarnes @frankieroberto I love them. But when everyone prefers Beech St tunnel rather than upstairs - they’re not working.

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    Phil Gyford

    @antimega @tobybarnes @frankieroberto It’s a great shame the film portrayed the Barbican high walks as deserted and boarded up though.

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    Phil Gyford

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  9. @antimega @tobybarnes @frankieroberto Oh I know! But he only showed the one boarded-up-for-redevelopment part of the estate. With sad music.

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    Phil Gyford

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