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unemployed are the least common (27%). The structure of the respondents by their level of education is as follows: 56% have higher education, 40% secondary education, and 4% of the users have primary education. In Tašmajdan Park 55% of the respondents come from a distance of 1.5 km, 22% from a distance of 1.5-5 km, and 23% of the respondents in the park come from a distance greater than 5 km. The respondents reach Tašmajdan Park on foot (56%), by using public transport (27%) or by car (16%). Walking is the most common motive for coming to the park (56%, which is identical to the percentage of those who come to the park on foot), followed by rest and relaxation (54%), play (41%), entertainment and socializing (37%), working out, jogging, cycling, rollerblading and skateboarding (36%). The respondents stated a number of different motives (1-5) for visiting the park. 32% of the respondents stated only one motive.
Accessibility of the park
Dostupnost parka
Easy access and high legibility are effective factors in deeming a park a highly-qualified park. Strong connectivity with pedestrian ways, bicycle and nearby public transportation routes, public transportation stations and parking lots; entrance and exit points that are easily seen and read from the outside of the park by first-time visitors; passenger ways and paths directing users to where they wish to go (PPS, 2005; Ter, 2011). Examining the mean questionnaire responses, it was concluded that the accessibility of the park Tašmajdan and legibility of the park was “excellent’’ with a value of x = 4.40 (Table 3).
The total average score for accessibility and legibility of Tašmajdan Park, as an open urban area, which was derived based on the average scores obtained as the respondents’ answers to the five questions asked, is 4.40 (Table 3).
The respondents’ views about the accessibility and legibility of space confirmed that the respondents are extremely satisfied with the proximity of public transport stops and the possibility of visiting the park on foot (Table 4), and the average scores concerning the connection of spatial units in the park with trails and the possibility of moving along the trails in the desired direction are also outstanding. Only the visibility of entry and exit to the park are rated as very good (4.11).
The intensity of use was analyzed in relation to the use of the park during the year; week (weekdays and / or weekends) and in relation to the period of the day and the length of stay of the respondents in the park. The total average score was derived from the average answers of the respondents to the question of how often they visit the park in different seasons (spring, summer, autumn, winter). The score related to the visits to the park Tašmajdan on an annual level is poor (3.33) (Table 3). The respondents most frequently visit the park in the summer. Visits are less frequent in the fall than in the summer or spring; they are the rarest during the winter months (Table 5).
Most of the respondents visit the park both on weekdays and weekends (61%), 36% of them use the park at weekends, but only 3% on weekdays. Some authors (Aydin and Ter 2008; Ter, 2011) also state that the respondents most often use parks during the summer and spring seasons and that the respondents mostly visit the park on weekdays and at weekends.
At the level of the total sample of the respondents most of them (42%) use the park at different times during the day. Most (36%) of the respondents visits the park in the afternoons,