From ALEX STEFFEN of World Changing – “The true test of walkability I think is this: Can you spend a pleasant half hour walking or on transit and end up at a variety of great places? The quality of having a feast of options available when you walk out your front door is what I’m starting to think of as “deep walkability.
“It’s this deep walkability that ought to be the top priority driving urban design and development in our communities. We ought to be looking at how to knit our walkable communities together and how to make friendlier the unwalkable streets between them.”
Deeply? Perhaps ‘widely’? Broadly? Even the underground pedestrian concourses aren’t particularly deep.
Deeply refers to the amount of walkability, not the physical depth of said walkability.