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The effects of street network configuration and street-level urban design on route choice behaviour: an analysis of elementary school students walking to/from school in istanbul
(Instituto Superior Tecnico, Departamento de Engenharia Civil, Arquitetura e Georrecursos, 2017)
This paper explores the association between the built environment, measured through street network configuration and street-level urban design, and route choice of children walking to/from school. The aim is to understand ...
Pedestrian route choice by elementary school students: the role of street network configuration and pedestrian quality attributes in walking to school
This study examines the extent to which street network configuration is associated with path selection by pedestrians. The aim is to better understand how the spatial layout of the street network affects pedestrian route ...
The effects of perceived and objective measures of home-environment on transportation and recreational walking among children
This study explores the relative association of objective and perceived environmental factors with recreational and transportation walking behaviour. Randomly selected parents of students (ages 12-14) at 10 elementary ...
Modeling walkability: The efects of street design, street-network confguration and land-use on pedestrian movement
(ITU Journal of Faculty of Architecture, 2015-11)
Tis study explores the relative association of street design –local qualities of street environment–, street network confguration –spatial structure of the urban grid–, and land use patterns with the distribution of ...
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