The street furniture supplies convenience in residential daily life, where walkability has been shown associated with people’s behavior pattern including walking outside, life circle, and personal preference: (a) walking behavior is mainly limited by the urban spatial configuration; (b) life circle means the usage of street furniture as an event during the walking route; and (c) personal preference appears in the different utilizations among the urban facilities in some same conditions. The usage data was collected in Turin, by mapping, counting, tracing, and so on (PSPL). The geographical data was analyzed by space syntax theory. Influence factors for walkability of street furniture were proposed by overlaying different behavioral layers. With the combination of qualitative and quantitative analysis, the result grasped the public activities in open public space and behavior characteristics, providing the basis for designing and placing new street furniture in existing square for promotion of public daily life.

The Influence Factor for Walkability of Street Furniture: In Case of Turin / Shi, Xiaolei; Bosia, Daniela; Savio, Lorenzo. - ELETTRONICO. - 966:(2019), pp. 347-357. ((Intervento presentato al convegno AHFE 2019 tenutosi a Washington nel 24-28 Luglio 2019 [10.1007/978-3-030-20151-7_33].

The Influence Factor for Walkability of Street Furniture: In Case of Turin

Shi, Xiaolei;Bosia, Daniela;Savio, Lorenzo
2019

Abstract

The street furniture supplies convenience in residential daily life, where walkability has been shown associated with people’s behavior pattern including walking outside, life circle, and personal preference: (a) walking behavior is mainly limited by the urban spatial configuration; (b) life circle means the usage of street furniture as an event during the walking route; and (c) personal preference appears in the different utilizations among the urban facilities in some same conditions. The usage data was collected in Turin, by mapping, counting, tracing, and so on (PSPL). The geographical data was analyzed by space syntax theory. Influence factors for walkability of street furniture were proposed by overlaying different behavioral layers. With the combination of qualitative and quantitative analysis, the result grasped the public activities in open public space and behavior characteristics, providing the basis for designing and placing new street furniture in existing square for promotion of public daily life.
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