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Policy Briefs

Reversing Course: Tactical Urbanism to Transforming Street 178 and 184

Phnom Penh's effort to expand vehicle-centric infrastructure does not reduce congestion. Expanding roads only encourages private vehicle dependency, leading to increased congestion overall.

About the Author

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Aronsakda SES

Ses Aronsakda is an architect by training with a strong inclination towards research. He pursued his passion for research and completed Future Forum’s 2021 Young Researcher Program. He is a Research Fellow at Future Forum working to advance urban policy, planning, and design to enable livable urban spaces. He hopes that his experience in the design field, combined with his emerging skills in research and writing will add to the discussion for building a better Cambodia.

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