University of Oklahoma

Project Description

A Walkable Oklahoma City

Project Abstract

In this age of rising gasoline prices, rising pollution levels, rising obesity rates, and fears of global warming, many American cities are examining their �walkability� factor to determine if attention is needed in that area. �Walkability� is a term often used to describe the degree to which a city and its resources can be accessed on foot, without the need for an automobile. Advocates believe that improving the walkability of a community can result in public health benefits, environmental benefits, economic benefits and social benefits.
My research will look at the city of Oklahoma City from a walkability standpoint in an attempt to determine if the city should be more walkable, and if so, how the city might begin to address the issue.

Surveys released for this project:
QuestionPro Feature Survey (A) - COPIED [qphulbhec 20
Walkability Survey 16
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