Analysis of factors affecting the choice of route of pedestrians

@inproceedings{Seneviratne1985AnalysisOF,
  title={Analysis of factors affecting the choice of route of pedestrians},
  author={P. N. Seneviratne and John Morrall},
  year={1985}
}
Pedestrians as compared to vehicular traffic enjoy a high degree freedom of movement even in heavily congested areas. Consequently, there are more alternative links available to pedestrians between a given origin‐destination (O‐D) pair. This paper describes a study done by the University of Calgary to evaluate the factors affecting the choice of route on intra‐CBD trips or trips within the Central Business District (CBD). An origin destination survey conducted in downtown Calgary, Alberta… CONTINUE READING

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