A Comparison of Pedestrian Fundamental Diagram: A Cultural and Gender
Research should be done on the pedestrian motion in order to create better design spaces for human circulation, for example, in airports, retail malls, subways, fairs, or sidewalks. Pedestrian motion may be investigated using the scientific method at several levels. One may study the flow characteristics (such speed, density) of pedestrian motion at the microscopic level. It is possible to trace the routes that different pedestrians have taken while on the go at the microscopic level. Based on this research, it is apparent that while people are travelling through a place at different densities while they are planning their routes, they are doing so in a flow space. The flow characteristics vary both geographically and temporally at a mesoscopic level. This thesis explores the subject of pedestrian research on the micrometre scale. The pedestrian flow and geometric characteristics of pedestrian facilities are investigated in these studies, which serves as a basic knowledge and an accommodation for pedestrians to comprehend how the motion of pedestrians is affected by these facilities.