Seoul: $50m walkway moves city away from car dependency

A new $50m walkway for pedestrians has opened in Seoul following a refurbishment of a busy motorway overpass.

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    A new $50m walkway for pedestrians has opened in Seoul following a refurbishment of a busy motorway overpass.

     

    The project is part of efforts to shed the South Korean capital's image of being car-orientated.

     

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Seoul.


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