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Walking in America: What scientists know about how pedestrians really behave. - Slate Magazine
"Block by block, [patterns] emerge: The way people drift toward the shady side of the street on hot days; [...] the way walking speeds are slower at midday than before or after work; the way people don’t like to maintain the same walking speed as a stranger next to them; [...]."
walking  science  america 
april 2012 by kevan
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