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Post-Occupancy Evaluation Affected by Seasons: A Case Study of Waterfront Green Belt Along Yitong River in Changchun City

  • Author(s): Pan, Zhufeng
  • et al.

The vitality and user experience of outdoor public places in high latitudes often change drastically with the change of seasons. This survey carried out Post-Occupancy Evaluation for different seasons on the green belt along the Yitong River in Changchun City since the current one is for summer. Through a field and online survey, documented the special behavior of users in winter, the influence of the season on users of different ages, living distances, and limitations of the current infrastructure. Finally, the analysis drew the following conclusions, the season will affect the travel frequency of residents, especially those who live far away and relatively young. Seasons will also affect residents' evaluation of riverside infrastructure. There is a lack of pedestrian bridges. At present, there are more users in the southern section of Changchun on the Yitong River than in the northern sectio

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