"[W]hen you see streets as people-places, those things that slow down a pedestrian’s pace may be the very things that make a street great. Things like patios, food carts or trucks combined with attractive seating, street performers, or just really lively store windows that draw a crowd, all contribute to making a street more "sticky." And by that, I don't mean gum on the sidewalk! A street is sticky if as you move along it, you're constantly enticed to slow down, stop and linger to enjoy the public life around you."
Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)'s insight:
Nice. Several sessions in Pittsburgh next month at SCUP–49 will address transportation, pedestrian movement, wayfinding, and place "stickiness." Come and join 1,500+ peers and colleagues at higher ed's premier planning conference. It's not too late!