Shared Space: Study of Counter–Terrorist Adjustments
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This work is a part of the research being conducted at the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU on the topic of ‘Theory of Shared space and its projection on architectural and urban design’. The article deals with the issue of vehicle-borne terrorism attacks in public spaces that are organized according to the principle of the road user’s integration – Shared space. Highlighted here are common approaches of protection from vehicle-borne attacks. Particular counter-terrorism measures and tools applicable to spaces like Shared space are specified. The current challenges and threats to the safety of pedestrians on city streets are also outlined in this article.