Mobility and safety are the main characteristics of the city's urban strategies that regenerative cities adopt. This study is concerned with the mobility of pedestrians while crossing vehicle routes within urban developments. Several research groups recognise the negative-positive impact of ergonomic design in understanding human limitations and abilities; additionally, most researchers mentioned ergonomic design in the design of interior architecture elements, and a few have introduced it on an urban scale. So, research used ergonomic design to analyse pedestrian and vehicle movement. The research method adapted ergonomic design principles as a method to analyse human behaviour while crossing roads in an Egyptian context. After reviewing the relevant literature and Egyptian context, the authors discovered that studies show significant development occurred on Cairo's roads that threaten people's lives. The analysis tools used in research are questionnaires, surveys, and observations. The results concluded that both streets need more pedestrian-friendly designs and regulations.
Ergonomic Design Egyptian Context Mobility Of Pedestrians Pedestrian-friendly Designs Regenerative Cities Urban Scale Urban Strategies Safety In Cities Vehicle Movement People's Lives
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