Pedestrian Oriented Streets: Human Behavior of Streets


We experience the world differently when we travel at 3 mph instead of 55 mph. We examined walking across the Transect by exploring the concepts of citywide planning for pedestrian orientation, shared streets as a design philosophy, and methodologies for communicating how and why different public spaces work for pedestrians in different ways.

Terri Musser, Senior Transportation Planner, Charlier Associates, Inc.
Stephen Marshall, Senior Lecturer, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
Norman Garrick, Associate Professor Civil and Environmental Engineering , University of Connecticut

S.MarshallCNU 04.05.08.pdf5.1 MB
T.MusserCNU 04.05.08.pdf14.27 MB
PedestrianOrientedStreets.mp310.91 MB