Community Street Review

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A Community Street Review is a new survey method where a Community Street Audit is combined with a numerical rating system.[1] The methodology is the result of research commissioned by Land Transport New Zealand for improving Walkability in New Zealand. The methodology involves taking a group of community members to a location and have them review their perceptions of the walking environment. The participant resonses are entered into a database and a level of service is assigned to the area. Physical and operational variables are also collected at the time of the review and paired with the responses and level of service calculations. Once enough reviews have been completed, it is expected that walkability level of service will be derived straight from the measurement of physical and operational variables.

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  1. ^ "levelofservice.com Homepage." Retrieved 4/21/08

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