Beyond Mobility

Author: Robert Cervero
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610918355
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Beyond Mobility is about prioritizing the needs and aspirations of people and the creation of great places. This is asimportant, if not more important, than expediting movement.

Advances In Smart Cities

Author: Arpan Kumar Kar
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351652117
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For the purpose of mobility planning, three mobility zones are proposed,
considering 300 m in walking the distance distance, from for the providing center
of access the township. to commercial A rectangular buildings inner located
mobility at the zone center varies of the from township. 200 to A will middle be
done mobility through zone electric varies between battery 300 vehicles. and 500
The m from outer the mobility center of zone the township falls beyond where 500
transportation ...

Planning And Design For Sustainable Urban Mobility

Author: Un-Habitat
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317932870
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Despite the increasing level of urban mobility worldwide, access to places,
activities and services has become increasingly difficult Sustainable mobility
extends beyond technicalities of increasing speed and improving the
effectiveness and ... By 2005, approximately 7.5 billion trips were made each day
in cities worldwide.1 In 2050, there may be three to four times as many
passenger-kilometres travelled as in the year 2000, infrastructure and energy
prices permitting.2 Freight ...

Planning For Place And Plexus

Author: David M. Levinson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135974551
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Thus,good mobility isneither asufficient nor anecessary condition for good
accessibility. Planning formobility has takenon the meaningof making iteasierto
get around. In most planning applications¦especially considering the factthat
automobile travel constitutesthe overwhelming majority travel in most cities¦
planning for mobility hascometo mean makingit easierto drive around. This
focusontheease of traveling alongthe transportation network itself (ratherthan
focusing on the ease of ...

Beyond My Manor

Author: Faizi O. Hashmi
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
ISBN: 1482848228
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This infrastructure needs to be complemented by innovative and advanced urban
mobility planning that takes care of commuters who would want to complete the
remainder journey by foot. Personal ... Guaranteeing the convenience of walking
from and to office, home, markets, stations, public places, hospitals, courts,
entertainment centers etc. is essential for any efficient urban transport planning.
That is possible only through a good and safe network of pavements. People
would not ...

Transport Mobility And The Production Of Urban Space

Author: Julie Cidell
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317486684
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Whereas the province has focused on building a network of regional mobility
hubs, the city of Toronto's Transit City LRT plan looked to integrate marginalized,
transit-deficient inner suburbs into the city's, rather than the city-region's, urban
fabric (Addie 2013 ... Dispersed growth beyond the compactness of the urban
core remains conditioned by the logics of automobility. ... The city's undeclared
but very active war on cars is really a war on people who, for the most part, lack

Eco City Planning

Author: Tai-Chee Wong
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789400703834
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This can only be attained with the integration of mobility services (mobility
planning and integrated transport strategies that span across different
transportation modes) multiple land uses and development of renewable
energies through urban design. There is already in place a mass transit system
for Cartagena (Trans-caribe). In order to avoid the pitfalls of the Trans-milenio
system in Bogota, we propose to supplement this system with a maritime
transport system in the Cienega de la ...

The End Of Automobile Dependence

Author: Peter Newman
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610914635
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How Cities are Moving Beyond Car-Based Planning Peter Newman, Jeffrey
Kenworthy. -town-square-development.asp [Accessed 5 May 2014]. CITY OF
MELBOURNE. 2014. Melbourne in Numbers. [Online] Available from: melbourne.
vic ... CITY OF NEW YORK. 2011. Official Website of the City of New York. [Online
] Available from: [Accessed 9 Feb 2011]. CITY OF SEATTLE. 2008. Case
Studies in Urban Freeway Removal. In: Seattle Urban Mobility Plan. [Online]
Available ...

Cities And Fascination

Author: Heiko Schmid
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9781409418535
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Bringing together leading urban scholars, this book examines links between economic, social, and psychological factors in the transformation of cities.

Happy City Transforming Our Lives Through Urban Design

Author: Charles Montgomery
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1429969539
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in 2009, they invited community members to meet with experts in health care,
mobility, aging, transportation, accessibility, architecture, and planning in a
brainstorming session known as a “charrette.” Sprawl ... Where will those people
live? Downtowns and first-ring, streetcar-style suburbs will be able to
accommodate only a fraction of the new demographic tidal wave. Most jobs have
already moved out beyond city limits anyway. The masses, Tachieva says, will
still need suburbia.