Accessible itineraries. Udine, a contribution to the eco-social transition of medium-sized urban centres
- Urban paths
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The research refers to the eco-social theory and environmental accessibility principles towards inclusive strategies and it targets public spaces used as a requirement for an autonomous and independent life. The contribution, referring to the 2030 Agenda, presents the experiment applied to the Municipality of Udine, a medium-size Italian city. While drafting the PEBA, the research focuses on urban itineraries, adopting and updating the regulatory tools in force. The administration, supported by the university, commuted the drafting process into a strategic opportunity of knowledge of the context defining the relationships between citizens and urban habitat. The research provides the possibility to qualify some strategic objectives and identify potential actions for an increasingly people-friendly city.