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Both practices, originally developed in the USA and the UK, are now changing land markets in continental Europe and affect urban and regional development. ... The paper finds that rising locational competition contributes to accelerated land consumption and further dispersal. ... Acknowledgements This paper is based on research supported by the German Research Organisation (DFG) and the Free University of Berlin, Department of Geography. ...doi:10.1111/j.0040-747x.2004.t01-1-00298.x fatcat:nb3th2p62bcjfhyh6uoqmn7slm
In this paper the authors propose a methodology for assessing CO emissions from road traffic in urban areas, created by harmonization between a traffic estimation model, which takes into account the land ... The presented methodology is a very useful tool in quantifying the environmental impact produced by road traffic, specific to different situations of land use and transport networks. ... Based on traffic measurements, this interval at the level of AADT for the year 2012 is between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. ...doi:10.30638/eemj.2014.215 fatcat:a3f6bd6jmrbvvaf5v27uymcl7i
Structural inequalities provide an important context for understanding and responding to the impact of high traffic densities on disadvantaged neighborhoods. ... We discuss the implications of these patterns on future planning and policy strategies for mitigating the serious health consequences of exposure to vehicle-related air pollutants. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: The authors wish to thank all those who provided helpful suggestions for this article and related research, including the anonymous reviewers for the Journal of Urban Affairs. ...doi:10.1111/j.0735-2166.2004.00215.x fatcat:tw7gwhbvrnaydliw2gc5l64bxe
Under the background of full coverage of regulatory plan, the consistency research of land usage and transportation partition under a regulatory plan has been increasing, and there are also related researches ... /legalcode), which permits unrestricted, non-commercial use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided that the work is properly cited. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work is supported by Shaanxi Province Social Sci ...doi:10.2174/1874444301507010902 fatcat:sybbau6s65g7xfyuaqbi6ht2ra
The shape, size and configuration of an entire urban area, the facilities to satisfy people and the need for mobility of goods, as well as behavioural attitudes of the population, are essential for a traffic ... The study aims to provide useful tools for urban decision makers for a-priori analysis of the consequences of urban outline changes on traffic risks. ... between these classes generate a traffic flow characterized by the uncertainties related to traffic risk. ...doi:10.20858/tp.2016.11.3.4 fatcat:xjoncywwcne5bfpwboz2lam5du
In conclusion, these results suggest that a land-use regression model explains the traffic-related air pollution levels with reasonable accuracy and that emissions data do not significantly improve the ... Spatial modeling of traffic-related air pollution typically involves either regression modeling of land-use and traffic data or dispersion modeling of emissions data, but little is known to what extent ... Acknowledgements We thank Eriberto De Munari (Emilia-Romagna Environmental Protecion Agency) for the NO 2 measurements with the passive dosimeters and Eugenio Donato (Rome City Council) and Anna Atzori ...doi:10.1038/sj.jes.7500571 pmid:17426734 fatcat:u57qmimrinbbrl5dx2ulgipyhy
Such uneven distribution might be related to the volume of traffic, the proximity of population centers, or to zoning regulations. Volume of Traffic. ... nurseries, one lumber company selling garden furniture, and one farm offering both tourist lodging and food products. ...
This article reviews the literature on barrier effects of the last 60 years and aims to offer guidance for the use of objective methods of assessment of barrier effects. ... The first contribution is a conceptual model for the barrier effects of transport infrastructure and their determinants. ... A third direction of research is then, on the one hand, to relate the insights offered in those fields of research to the theories and tools of barrier effects, and on the other, to introduce the case ...doi:10.1186/s12544-021-00517-y fatcat:om6jz2xgdfdrhk4m6ll37ywt6a
World Transport Policy and Practice
This means the shift in the delivery from a product-related distribution to a space-or customer-related distribution. ... Relations between city planning authorities and the business community are, however, strained within the region being studied: q New demands on urban design are in conflict with traditional and modern ...doi:10.1108/13527619510102034 fatcat:b4tyh7rxhfcgvf33swh3y5qyqm
The information extracted from mobile network traffic data is very relevant in the context of population mapping: it provides a tool for the automatic and live estimation of population densities, overcoming ... In this paper, we propose a new approach to infer population densities at urban scales, based on aggregated mobile network traffic metadata. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank Angelo Furno for his help with extracting land use information. ...doi:10.1109/wowmom.2016.7523554 dblp:conf/wowmom/KhodabandelouGE16 fatcat:sv3ggfgqfzfrlau5hhbwzra324
The general theory of traffic move- ment presented in this paper is based upon the concept that traffic movement in urban areas is related to the inter- play between land uses, and is not a by- product ... Therefore, in evaluating traffic movement it is not enough to analyze individual land uses — consideration must be given to the interrelationship between land uses. ...
The general theory of traffic move- ment presented in this paper is based upon the concept that traffic movement in urban areas is related to the inter- play between land uses, and is not a by- product ... Therefore, in evaluating traffic movement it is not enough to analyze individual land uses— consideration must be given to the interrelationship between land uses. ...
The study examined pedestrian–vehicular crashes that occurred between 2013 and 2015 in Seoul, Korea, by comparing and analyzing different effects of the built environment on pedestrian–vehicle crashes. ... Specifically, the study analyzed built environment attributes, land use environment, housing types, road environment, and traffic characteristics to determine how these factors affect the severity of pedestrian ... This study's findings offer several implications relating to pedestrian safety policy. ...doi:10.3390/safety6020025 fatcat:5g3qmddor5by7mojfy4sfng7w4
2012 First National Conference for Engineering Sciences (FNCES 2012)
Thirdly, the integrated development management strategies for urban transportation and land use under the low-carbon concept are proposed. ... Urban transportation development strategies, land use strategies, and corresponding synergic and integrated development are discussed in this paper, which are expected to contribute to the construction ... There is an interactive relationship between land use and traffic, thus the integrated development of both meets the needs of the development of low carbon city. ...doi:10.1109/nces.2012.6543720 fatcat:jmnkupbkxbeepddpr3wn3fyuqe
In this context, there are efforts to integrate trip generation models into ones of spatial distribution taking into consideration the above described conditions and creating the basis for balanced and ... Introducing procedures for analytical modelling that relate household socio-economic and land use characteristics to the intensity of land use represented the pioneering step in procedures for integral ... The theory of traffic and urban planning shows that there is a feedback between land use and transportation where the spatial distribution of activities (intensity of use, origins and destinations of mobility ...doi:10.3846/16484142.2011.568083 fatcat:xhuxmjqg65baxl5rdvhze3kfce
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