Living in busy locality can adversely affect social life
A recent study by the researchers at University of the West of England has shown that an accommodation in a bustling locality can lead to “fewer friends”. This study was led by Joshua Hart of the University of the West of England, Bristol. This study supports result of the previous study that showed that the weight of trafficked side a person's home can determine their quality of life.
For this study, researchers compared three streets with different traffic flows. These streets were designated as ""heavy"", ""medium"" and ""light"" in terms of traffic. Researchers monitored the movement of residents in the streets. Researchers compared the traffic flow in street with the relative loneliness of people living there.