Besser and team studied the responses of several older user groups to neighborhood design.
Stappers and colleagues investigated how user perceptions of neighborhood walkability influence movement by different groups.
Recently completed research indicates that potential users of bike sharing services are not willing to walk much to pick up that shared bike.
A study published in the medical journal The Lancet links urban design to road transport injuries.
Improving the lives of canines' best friends
Researchers have linked urban experiences and green behavior.
Researchers from McGill and the University of California, Santa Cruz have identified a cause of increasing urban sprawl.
Jeon and Jo studied the effects of visual and acoustic information on satisfaction with urban environments and it is likely that their findings are applicable in other contexts.
More benefits from designing for walking
Curvy seems both better and shorter