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Planning more for sustainable mobility
发布时间:2013-11-2815:1:9来源:作者:Robin Hickman, Peter Hall, David Banister   

Robin Hickmana,
Peter Halla,
David Banisterb,
a Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, Wates House, 22 Gordon Street, London WC1H OQB, United Kingdom
b Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QY, United Kingdom



Highlights

•Low CO2 transport strategies are possible to 2030.
•Urban planning is critical, linked closely to transport investment.
•Strategies are proposed for London and Oxfordshire.



Keywords
Urban planning; Transport; Sustainable mobility; Scale; London; Oxfordshire



Abstract
This paper considers the role of urban planning, when well integrated with transport investment, in assisting in the transition to sustainable mobility. This is viewed largely in terms of reduced carbon dioxide (CO2) usage in transport. Sustainable transport futures are possible, but very difficult to achieve in terms of implementation. Urban planning is a critical element, as it allows a greater level of public transport usage, walking and cycling, and more localised trip patterns. Two case studies are examined, in London and Oxfordshire, and future strategies for urban form and transport investment strategies are developed showing the possibilities at various scales.



Article Outline
1. Introduction
2. Transport scenarios in London and oxfordshire
3. The available European good practice
4. Future urban planning and transport strategies?
4.1. London
4.1.1. Major public transport schemes
4.1.2. Urban planning

4.2. Oxfordshire
4.2.1. Major public transport schemes
4.2.2. Urban planning


9. Conclusions
Acknowledgements
References


Figures
   

Fig. 1.

Meta narratives in transport. (Hickman and Banister, 2013).


Fig. 2.

Quantification of scenarios.


Fig. 3.

A future transport and urban planning strategy for the london city-region. (Hickman and Banister, 2013).


Fig. 4.

A future transport and urban planning strategy for the oxfordshire sub-region. (Hickman and Banister, 2013).


Tables

Table 1. Components of the sustainable mobility strategy (Scenario 4).

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