The Five-Minute Walk is a standard that is best described as the average distance that a pedestrian is willing to walk before opting to drive. The unit of measurement is commonplace in the planning profession and is often represented by a radius measuring ¼ of a mile.
Discussions of one-way streets are commonplace in planning circles in the United States. They usually arise with the best of
The convenience factor, or Location Efficiency, is often a forgotten component of development in a society that has become increasingly automobile dependent.