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Both physical street network connectivity and visual connectivity (longer sight lines) had positive impacts on pedestrian volumes on streets in Buffalo, New York, together with job density, population density, and land use mix.

Hajrasouliha, Amir, and Li Yin. (2014). The impact of street network connectivity on pedestrian volume. Urban Studies, 0042098014544763.

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Transportation, Complete streets

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