12 December 2019
By Alice Klein
Street layouts have a major influence on people’s decisions to drive or travel by foot, according to the first global analysis of street connectivity. The findings could be used by urban planners to design cities with lower climate impacts.
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Christopher Barrington-Leigh at McGill University in Canada and Adam Millard-Ball at the University of California, Santa Cruz, assessed the connectivity of street networks in different cities by counting the numbers of intersections, streets radiating off each intersection, dead ends and loops, and measuring the straightness …