Browsing Department of Geography and Planning Graduate Projects by Subject "Downtown"
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(2012-06-25)A comparative evaluation of downtown urban design in Cornwall and Belleville, Ontario.
Evaluating the Walkability of Traditional Main Streets: A Comparative Analysis of downtown Brockville, Cornwall and Kingston, Ontario (2015-09-11)This research used the Maryland Inventory of Urban Design Qualities walkability audit protocol to evaluate the walkability of three traditional main streets in mid-sized, Eastern Ontario municipalities: Brockville (King ...
Our Physical Environment, Our Choices?: A comparison of urban design and pedestrian patterns along Kingston’s Princess Street (2018)Introduction: The connection between the physical environment and pedestrian movements is frequently noted by urban designers. The physical environment can be assessed in relation to pedestrian activity in numerous ways. ...
(2015-09-18)AS the built environment continues to undergo intensification in urban areas, there is a growing interest to integrate green spaces within the city fabric.