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Cities and their psychology: how neuroscience affects urban planning

Cities and their psychology: how neuroscience affects urban planning | Pedestrianism | Scoop.it
“ The study of metropolitan areas and how their inhabitants interact with them is key to planning our future as a species”
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The Future of Transportation

The Future of Transportation | Pedestrianism | Scoop.it
How getting from here to there is changing forever
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Why Do Pedestrians Have to Press ““Beg Buttons” to Cross the Street? - Gizmodo

Why Do Pedestrians Have to Press ““Beg Buttons” to Cross the Street? - Gizmodo | Pedestrianism | Scoop.it
“Why Do Pedestrians Have to Press ““Beg Buttons” to Cross the Street?”
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Totally agree! Beg buttons have no place in a city that recognizes and supports its pedestrians.
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How to Promote Pedestrianism | TheCityFix

How to Promote Pedestrianism | TheCityFix | Pedestrianism | Scoop.it
In order to encourage walking and re-educate the public on transportation choices, members of a new campaign in Raleigh, North Carolina placed unsanctioned street signs designating the amount of time it takes to travel to key destinations by walking. “Walk Raleigh” is a campaign to help people discover how many minutes it takes to get somewhere by foot, instead of how many miles it would be for them to drive, Matt Tomasulo explains.
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