Walkability, used in urban terms, is a measure of how friendly a place is for people to walk around.  Walkability is influenced by physical features such as sidewalk widths and obstructions, traffic volumes, tree canopies and weather; and also by urban design qualities such as legibility, imageability, complexity, coherence and connectivity.

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