Summary: The Need to Count Pedestrians Links between walkability ratings of communities and the amount of actual walking Assessment of changes in pedestrian activity following modification and/or improvement in network or facility design Evaluating behaviour modification programs to encourage walking or use of urban space Analysis of differences / changes in accident risks, between communities or over time (exposure) Different needs may require somewhat different counting methods ... More
Summary: I. The Problem No comprehensive data set exists for pedestrian activities and exposure at the macro and the micro levels.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 This limits in-depth study of pedestrian crash risk. ... More
Summary: Thessaloniki, a large Greek city is a typical such example where pedestrians feel all these undesired consequences of car domination. ... More
Summary: Developed a future urban landscape of downtown Utsunomiya by using Virtual Reality (VR) based on the animated three dimensional computer graphics. The purpose of this study was to analyze effects of future urban landscape using VR on citizens’ behaviors. ... More
Summary: Many current survey methodologies fail to collect in-depth data relating to the walking components of multi-modal journeys. The aspects of the survey findings presented here are considered supportive of inclusion in all decision-making processes and by all decision makers in both providing for and encouraging increased walking. ... More
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