DRACHTEN, Netherlands ? "I want to take you on a walk," said Hans Monderman, abruptly stopping his car and striding - hatless, and nearly hairless - into the freezing rain.
네델란드, DRACHEN " 난 당신을 산책에 데려가고 싶어요.“라고 모자를 쓰지않고 머리가 거의 없는 Hans Monderman 씨가 갑자기 얼음비 속에 그의 차를 멈추고 성큼성큼 걸으면서 말했습니다.
In residential communities, Monderman began narrowing the roads and putting in design features like trees and flowers, red brick paving stones and even fountains to discourage people from speeding, following the principle now known as pyschological traffic calming, where behavior follows design.
주택지역에 monderman씨는 도로를 좁히고 나무와 꽃과 붉은 벽돌, 사람들이 과속하는 것을 막아주는 분수와 같은 설계적인 요소들을 놓기 시작했습니다. 이 원리는 지금행동이 설계를 따라오는 (설계에 따라 행동을 하게 되는)심리학적인 교통진정으로 알려져 있습니다.
He made his first nervous foray into shared space in a small village whose residents were upset at its being used as a daily thoroughfare for 6,000 speeding cars. When he took away the signs, lights and sidewalks, people drove more carefully. Within two weeks, speeds on the road had dropped by more than half.