Track the issues that affect integrated land use and transport planning.Rate the powers and responsibilities of infrastructure agencies. Discuss pedestrian and cyclist planning concerns. Place your findings in the context of real transport policies.
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- 01 Jun 2020
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- explain the relationship between land use, urban form and transport systems, including its role in shaping travel behaviour
- examine the main features of the infrastructure agencies; including the regulatory framework, powers and responsibilities
- evaluate measures for an integrated approach to the provision of transport infrastructure and urban form
- apply a range of transport planning techniques for assessing demand and supply of infrastructure.
- Transport issues and options
- Local area traffic generation
- Car dependency
- Land use urban form and determinants of travel
- Integrated land use and transport
- Planning for the pedestrian and cyclist
- Planning for roads
- Planning for public transport
- Institutional arrangements
- Government agencies: Who does What?
- Implementation - A plan for change
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
Examine the relationship between land use, urban form and travel behaviour, including the policy and institutional contexts related to the planning and regulation of multi-modal urban transport systems. Review integrated land use and transport planning approaches to achieve more sustainable cities and development.
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- Survey (30%)
- Integrated Planning solutions (40%)
- Essay (30%)
Textbooks are not required.