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Urban form and accessibility : social, economic, and environment impacts / edited by Corinne Mulley and John D. Nelson

Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Publisher: San Diego : Elsevier, 2020Description: 1 Online-Ressource (452 p)ISBN:
  • 9780128198230
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 9780128198230 | 0128198230 | 9780128198223 | 9780128198223 | Erscheint auch als: Urban Form and Accessibility : Social, Economic, and Environment Impacts. Druck-Ausgabe San Diego : Elsevier,c2020DDC classification:
  • 307.1216
LOC classification:
  • HT166
Online resources: Additional physical formats: Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide WebSummary: Intro -- Urban Form and Accessibility: Social, Economic, and Environment Impacts -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- About the authors -- Acknowledgment -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1.1. Urban form and accessibility -- 1.2. The books chapters -- 1.3. The influence of COVID-19 -- 1.4. Future research -- 1.5. Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 2: Cities, their form, and accessibility -- 2.1. Why cities? -- 2.2. Travel modes and cities -- 2.3. What is accessibility? -- 2.4. Accessibility, land use, and transportation connections -- 2.5. Urban sprawl: The challenges of suburbsSummary: 2.6. What is transit-oriented development? -- 2.7. Future research and challenges in accessibility: Autonomous vehicles -- 2.8. Accessibility going forward -- References -- Chapter 3: Sustainable transport planning and residential segregation at the city scale -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Compact cities, gentrification, and residential segregation -- 3.3. Densification and sustainable travel in London -- 3.4. Londons housing affordability crisis and residential segregation -- 3.4.1. Housing tenure and occupational class -- 3.5. Planning policy interventions for a more equitable compact citySummary: 3.5.1. Public transport affordability measures -- 3.5.2. Affordable housing delivery -- 3.5.3. Orbital public transport development -- 3.6. Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 4: Governance, mobility, and the urban form -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. What is governance? -- 4.3. Agency and its distribution -- 4.4. Markets and government -- 4.5. Centralized versus decentralized -- 4.6. Coordination in fragmentation -- 4.7. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Emerging mobility technologies and transitions of urban space allocation in a Nordic governance context -- 5.1. IntroductionSummary: 5.2. Scenarios on emerging mobility technologies and implications for urban space allocation -- 5.2.1. Business as usual (BAU) -- 5.2.2. Technology+non-shared (T) -- 5.2.3. Technology+shared (T+) -- 5.2.4. Technology+shared+infrastructure/policy (T++) -- 5.3. Methodology -- 5.3.1. Methodological framework -- 5.3.2. Otaniemi case description -- 5.4. Results -- 5.4.1. PESTLE analysis -- 5.4.2. Resulting scenarios -- 5.4.2.1. Scenario 1: Concentrated-dispersed land use -- 5.4.2.2. Scenario 2: TOD utopia -- 5.4.2.3. Scenario 3: Status quo lock-inSummary: 5.4.2.4. Scenario 4: Dispersed-concentrated land use -- 5.4.3. Focus group discussion with transport planners -- 5.5. Discussion of envisioning results and governance implications -- 5.5.1. The complexity of implications from and for emerging technology -- 5.5.2. Networked and responsible governing of the technological emergence -- 5.6. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 6: Urban form and travel behavior: The interplay with residential self-selection and residential dissonance -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Background -- 6.2.1. Residential self-selectionPPN: PPN: 1795281367Package identifier: Produktsigel: BSZ-4-NLEBK-KAUB | ZDB-4-NLEBK
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