Breakfast walking club

Emma Forde
Arup
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To kick off our first breakfast walking club a group of enthusiastic walkers met in Kings Square at 8am to combine a stroll back to our office with learning about how the Kings Street extension road has created a new link between Northbridge and the CBD. We were privileged to have our very own Lyndsay Hammond walking with us to tell us about the role Arup played in delivering the Perth City Link project. We reflected on the historical significance of the area and the way that the public realm had been designed to represent that very first meeting between the Whadjuk people and the European settlers at Manatj Park. It was also great to see so many other people walking and cycling through from Northbridge to the CBD - Perth City Link a great project for increasing connectivity through the City. Back to the office in time for breakfast!

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Amy (Your Move)

Great pics of the walking team! Sounds like a great way to kick-start the day!

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