Recently completed research indicates that potential users of bike sharing services are not willing to walk much to pick up that shared bike.
Increase Physical Activity
Cognitive scientists have extensively investigated how the physical design of indoor environments can increase our levels of physical activity—which is as good for our brains and how they work as it is for our waistlines. Rigorously conducted studies indicate that increasing activity is not as straightforward as simply adding a sit-stand desk to an office.
Improving the lives of canines' best friends
Patania and colleagues the experiences of people exercising while listening to music with different tempos.
How does music heard influence exercising?
Crucial resource for designing in walkability
Zuniga-Teran lead a team which determined that parks are used more when the routes potential users would take to them are more walkable.
Research by Pantzar and colleagues confirms the value of supporting employee efforts to exercise, via onsite exercise facilities, for example.
How are crime and the amount of walking done in that area related?
Stork and colleagues investigated how music influenced mood and enjoyment of sprint interval training (SIT).