Pedestrianization at urban core.

Torlak, Evinç


Pedestrian zones as communication environments case study : Yüksel pedestrian zone - Ankara.
Levent, Tolga; Günay, Baykan; Barlas, Adnan; Department of City and Regional Planning (1999)
Pedestrian violations: Reasoned or social reactive? Comparing theory of planned behavior and prototype willingness model
DEMİR, BAŞAR; Özkan, Türker; Demir, Sila (2019-01-01)
Pedestrians hold high responsibility in accidents because of their unsafe traffic behaviors. Pedestrian violations are an important traffic safety problem, especially in low and middle-income countries. The problem would be better understood and solved by theory-based research on pedestrian violations. The theory of planned behavior (TPB) and the prototype willingness model (PWM) are two leading decision-making frameworks that are applied to a wide range of behaviors. These theories address the reasoned and...
Pedestrian self-reports of factors influencing the use of pedestrian bridges
Rasanen, Mikko; Lajunen, Timo; Alticafarbay, Farahnaz; Aydin, Cumhur (2007-09-01)
The study was designed to find out factors that influence use/non-use of pedestrian bridges. The use rate of five pedestrian bridges was observed in the central business district (CBD) of Ankara. After the observations, a survey was conducted among pedestrians using those bridges and crossing contrary to safe practice under them at street level (n = 408). In the present data, the use rate of pedestrian bridges varied from 6 to 63%. The frequent use of the bridge when crossing the road concerned, and seeing ...
Pedestrian Bridge Design as a Pedagocical Tool for Architectural Students
Zelef, Mustafa Haluk; Çetin, Hasan Okan (2015-09-01)
Pedestrian Bridges in the Middle East Technical University
Zelef, Mustafa Haluk; Çetin, Hasan Okan (2014-12-01)
is article is about a architectural design studio experience on pedestrian bridges in the Middle East Technical University (METU)in Ankara. While the earlier Turkish universities were located in the centers of Istanbul and Ankara, the idea of a university campus outside the city was first realized in METU. Even when compared with the later examples, it is a unique, pedestrian priority environment from its foundation onwards and this precept has to be kept, although the boundaries of the university is enlarging
Citation Formats
E. Torlak, “Pedestrianization at urban core.,” Middle East Technical University, 1983.