City designs that are allegedly intended to shape people’s behavior

City designs that are allegedly intended to shape people’s behavior

Have you ever wondered why certain aspects of cities are designed the way they are? Well, sources have recently claimed that a lot of thought is actually put into stuff like this, from the music that’s played over speakers to the shape of benches. Allegedly, the intention behind these designs is to manipulate your behavior so that you act a certain way. You may not always realize this is happening, but you’re supposedly influenced by your surroundings far more than you might think.

Parked police cars

More often than not, when people see a police car, they slow down. The last thing they want is for the cops to pull them over and charge them for speeding. However, it turns out that there might not actually be anyone in the vehicle.

Apparently, some officers park their cruisers in public spaces purely to strike fear into the public. That’s because the presence of their car is usually enough to deter lawbreakers from committing crimes.