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Prince Charles - (QUOTE):
"The whole of the 20th century has always put the car at the centre. So by putting the pedestrian first, you create these liveable places I think, with more attraction and interest and character ... liveability."
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The Pedestrian Council of Australia Limited is an Incorporated (Public) Company, limited by guarantee. The objectives stated in its Memorandum of Association are:
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  3. the encouragement of the inclusion of pedestrian safety, amenity and access provisions in all urban and transport planning;
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