Human Spacing - Queuing

Queuing is adjustable depending on the need for efficiency or perceived comfort of people in line. A spacing of 6”-8” (15.2-20.3 cm) between people leads to greater efficiency, a spacing of 12”-14” (30.5-35.6 cm) is commonly used, and a queuing spacing of 18”-22” (45.7-55.9 cm) offers a greater degree of comfort.

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Efficient Spacing: 6”-8” | 15.2-20.3 cm

Typical Spacing: 12”-14” | 30.5-35.6 cm

Comfortable Spacing: 18”-22” | 45.7-55.9 cm

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