Paulo Rui Anciaes is a researcher at the Centre for Transport Studies, University College London. He completed his PhD. at the Department of Geography and Environment of the London School of Economics. Paulo blogs about Community severance and Alternative environmentalism and contributes to the UCL Street Mobility project blog.

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In architecture and psychology literature there is now growing interest in the negative consequences that commercial signs can have […]

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