TransitTalent.com put together a report on “The Psychology of Wayfinding”, which is explained as the “process of defining path and place in public spaces in order to make and execute appropriate decisions.” Essentially, it’s a way to help a person navigate their way through a city by way of signs, symbols, maps and landmarks.
The Washington Post recently published a story titled: Why Aren’t Younger Americans Driving Anymore? . Author Brad Plumer makes three main points: the cost of driving is going up, younger people are living in transit-oriented areas, and technology is making it easier to go car-free.
You’ve just left work and are walking down the street on a brisk spring evening. As you head towards the bus stop you normally wait at, you pass by a coffee shop.