創建香港在過去一年共收到 159 宗市民報告。經團隊親身視察後，我們向政府提交了 128 個修改建議，以改善香港的可步行性。
公眾所提交的報告中包括狹窄行人路報告31 個， 缺乏過路處報告22個，不安全過路處報告16個，缺乏過路處報告37個及22 個其他行人路問題的報告。以上問題均會影響香港的可步行性。
Missing Links Campaign: www.missinglinks.hk
128 missing and bad pedestrian links reports in Hong Kong
Designing Hong Kong received 159 reports of Missing Links in Hong Kong over the last year. The team has reviewed the complaints and made suggestions with 128 reports for improving walkability submitted to the government.
The Missing Links reports from the public included 31 narrow footpaths, 22 missing footpaths, 16 unsafe crossings, 37 missing crossings and 22 other problems which impacted Hong Kong’s walkability.
We have submitted each report to the Transport Department and the District Councils. The government responded positively with proposed amendments for the problems. For example,a street level crossing is now being put back near the Peninsula Hotel across Salisbury Road. Of the Missing Links in the Eastern District, some can be fixed quickly and some will have to wait for slope stabilization, major road works, or redevelopment of adjacent sites before they can be taken forward.
Designing Hong Kong promotes the Missing Links campaign with videos to draw people’s attention to the pedestrian walking environment. The latest video highlights the problem of an obvious missing crossing at Hong Ning Street in Kwun Tong, where many people cross the road illegally to avoid a long unnecessary detour around many railings. Designing Hong Kong suggests that the authority provides a formal crossing to let people cross the road safely.
Designing Hong Kong has created the “Missing Links” campaign to gather information on pedestrian links which need to be fixed through crowd sourcing. People are invited to upload pictures of footpaths or crossings which need improvement at www.missinglinks.hk.
Designing Hong Kong will inform the Transport Department and track their response on-line.
Reports to the Transport Department and District Councils: