How do public places change in towns or cities?
Public spaces are places where livelihoods are conducted and are essential spaces for social interaction, especially for the poor. Providing people with new public spaces, where they can feel invited, welcome and safe, can encourage them to spend more time outside and foster interaction among lower income communities.
What public places do old people usually go?
In my country, lots of old people usually go to the parks. Ifs a picture replicated across the whole country: rather than solo runners or cyclists, the most common demographic in parks are large groups of pensioners. Early every morning crowds of elderly people flock to public parks for their daily exercise routine, including dancing or even light gymnastics. Many take advantage of exercise equipment like ellipticals and pulldown machines aimed at light cardio workouts and gentle strength training. These colorful exercise machines can resemble children’s playgrounds, but are targeted at seniors.
Why do young people like to go public places?
For young people, parks and public spaces provide settings for socializing and “hanging out” with peers. Snacking in the park with friends on summer evenings seems to be a popular alternative to the use of commercial leisure spaces. Whereas adults can withdraw to the comfort of their homes, pubs and clubs, teenagers have no obvious rights to these places
Will more people move to cities in the future?
I think so, lots of populations are moving from rural to urban centers. People migrate to towns and cities in hope of gaining a better standard of living. They are influenced by pull factors that attract them to urban life, and push factors that make them dissatisfied with rural living.