Researchers have linked living in a greener area with better cardiovascular health.
Davidovic and colleagues studied preferred colors for street lighting.
Urban/regional planning seems to have political ramifications.
Research by Foraster and her team indicates the value of noise-conscious urban/regional planning and effective sound insulation.
Material that can be used to develop site-specific solutions to thorny problems
Hooper and colleagues set out to learn more about the consequences of living in new urbanist communities.
Marquet and colleagues link working in a walkable area and employee physical activity.
Donovan and colleagues investigated how tree cover and road density influence academic performance.
Flouri and colleagues set out to learn how exposure to nature affects children’s spatial working memory, which has “a strong correlate of academic achievement.”
Researchers used mathematical models to investigate planning issues in poor urban neighborhoods.