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Experience walkability in 360

Experience the walkability of an urban context This 360 video takes you on a short walk through the streets of Milan to provide an experience of features that affect walkability. …

Planning for walkability

The walkability and liveability of an area can be measured using geospatial software and mapping techniques such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analysis. Once measured, maps and summaries can be …

Quality of the broader walking environment

The broader walking environment impacts the walkability of an area. Pleasant areas facilitate walking. These include areas with aesthetic appeal with interesting street scapes, buildings, gardens, street trees and less …

Recreation, demographics and equity

The walkability of an area is related to a combination of urban design and infrastructure. Placemaking, and the location of shops, services, and transport are foundational aspects of liveability which …

Location, quality and connectivity

Land use mix is a key factor determining the walkability of a local area. The actual location of destination points, such as shops and social infrastructure, is so important. Land …

Walkability and social connectedness

Walkable areas and walking not only provide opportunities for physical activity but also create spaces for meaningful social connections. Urban areas and social connection Even a simple greeting during a …

What is walkability?

Walkability measures the ease of walking in an area. Walkable areas have more people, are easy to get to and have more shops and services as places to walk to. …