Living in Levanger is reason to be proud
You can't just snap your fingers and make 13,000 car owners give up their cars. That requires specific changes. The first stage of changes proposes a number of measures to reduce motorization, making the car the most inconvenient way of travel: speed limits in the historic center, reducing the turning radius to 3-4 meters, organization of convenient bicycle-pedestrian infrastructure. This will make the city center more attractive, cleaner, environmentally friendly and less noisy. And the construction of a library building with new halls, a co-working space, a cafe, and an adjacent amphitheater will attract people back to the center. A new bicycle pedestrian bridge will connect the center to the opposite bank of the river and expand the pedestrian and recreational infrastructure.
Hello, Woods! welcomes a new era for Levanger. The future of the city is circular, accessible and…
Urban countryside is a battleground for demographic, economic, ecological and political challenges.
Our project builds upon these ideals to transform the old town into a future-proof, vibrant and…