(A) Pairwise temporal and Euclidean spatial distances between objects are uncorrelated (Pearson r = −0.068; bootstrapped 95% confidence interval: −0.24, 0.12; p=0.462). Median times elapsed between object encounters were z-scored and then averaged across participants. Spatial distances were defined as z-scored Euclidean distances between object positions. When correlating individual median times elapsed with spatial distances, the correlation between the dimensions was not significant in any of the participants (mean ± standard deviation of Pearson correlation coefficients r = −0.068 ± 0.006, all p≥0.378). (B, C) Likewise, temporal distances were not correlated with geodesic distances between object positions. Geodesic distances were quantified based on the lengths of the shortest paths between object positions allowing navigation of all locations not obstructed by buildings and other objects (B, Pearson r = −0.061, p=0.505; CI: −0.23, 0.14; individual Pearson r = −0.061 ± 0.006, all p≥0.414) or on the city’s street network only (C, Pearson r = −0.041, p=0.653; CI: −0.22, 0.15; individual Pearson r = −0.041 ± 0.006, all p≥0.552). (D, E) Illustrations of geodesic distances based on shortest paths (blue lines) from three object positions (white circles) to all other object positions (blue circles). Shortest paths between positions were calculated using all unobstructed positions (D) or the street network (E), respectively. (F) Because both temporal distances and traveled-route distances increase monotonically with the progression of the route, ordinal temporal distances and traveled-route distances between object pairs were closely related (Spearman r = 0.986, p<0.001; CI: 0.98, 0.99; individual Spearman r = 0.986 ± 0.003, all p<0.001). Circles in (A), (B), (C and F) indicate pairwise object comparisons; solid line shows least squares line; dashed lines and shaded region highlight bootstrapped confidence intervals.