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Drm_bridge

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Drm_bridge

  1. 1. Brooklyn Bridge: Plan of Action- In detail In Young Kim, Anne Lee, Gunjan Goel, Shaini Shah
  2. 2. Framework 1 • Indirect and Direct Signals: (More observation based) Question Yes No etc Do they follow the signs on the bridge? 9 21 How many interactions were occurred between strangers? 7 5 (picture) 2 (direction) Do they get out of the way, when a biker is going by? 26 4 Picture, video, chatting
  3. 3. Framework 1
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  6. 6. 2nd Framework: Interaction with the bridge • Do you even notice the signs on the bridge? - Yes – 4 No - 3 • Is this your first time here? Are you a tourist? - 5 tourists • Do you/have you read the history signs on the bridge? Yes – 5 No - 2 7 teams (5 team –visitors, 2 team – New Yorkers)
  7. 7. 2nd Framework: Interaction with the bridge 7 teams (5 team –visitors, 2 team – New Yorkers) • Why did you choose to walk across this bridge? A famous tourist spot Exercising • Which spots on the bridge, do you think would have the most interaction? What is your favorite spot on the bridge? Why? Middle of the bridge • history board • benches • nice view
  8. 8. 2nd Framework: Interaction with the bridge 7 teams (5 teams –visitors, 2 teams – New Yorkers) • How do you think the bridge should be improved? – Make the signs bigger and clear – Make pedestrian lane bigger than bicyclists’ – Put safety walls – Put more benches, trash bins
  9. 9. 3rd Framework: Demographic 7 teams (5 teams –visitors, 2 teams – New Yorkers) We asked 7 teams of people and 5 of them said that they are tourist, and 2 of them were New Yorkers.
  10. 10. 3rd Framework: Demographic
  11. 11. Video

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