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RAPID APPRAISAL MAPPING

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Interview with Maria Alonso

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Street Mobility Project

Within the Street Mobility Project, Maria Alonso from Mapping for Change conducted rapid appraisal mapping in Southend-on-Sea (Essex, UK). This activity involves stopping people in the street and asking them to spend a little time sharing their local knowledge and experiences on a given topic. Participants were asked about areas they visited and liked, the routes they took, as well as those that they found problematic or avoided and the reasons why. We got insights into the barriers people encountered in relation to mobility and ‘walkability’ of specific areas, concerns about anti-social behaviour and street design. 

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