Lusk, Filho, and Dobbert studied the landscaping preferences of pedestrians and bicyclists.
Does permitting left turns when green arrows are not present make pedestrians’ lives more dangerous?
Some urban residential streetscapes are more restorative than others.
How does street design influence the activities of humans along that road?
There is a new resource for designing urban environments for those with poor eyesight.
Two studies examine how neighborhood and streetscape preferences affect pedestrian behavior. One study investigates how environmental aesthetics and neighborhood design affect walking for exercise, and the other examines visitor path-choice at urban intersections.
What does it take to create not only a pedestrian-friendly place, but a place that pedestrians are drawn to?
What makes "third places" work?
The quality of an urban environment is regularly assessed using a limited criteria list.
Walkability has a modest association to the local sense of community.