The coordination of transportation and land use - which transforms both the transport infrastructure supply and the amenity of urban space - is one of the most important research issues in urban planning today. Concurrently the issue of energy consumption in the transport sector has emerged as a crucial one. This has resulted in an important research need: the examination and identification of the influence of the mechanisms of land-use transport interaction on global energy conusmption and environmental damage.
Part A: Setting Up the Problems. 1. Economic Development and its Influence on the Environment: Urbanization, Infrastructure and Land Use Planning Systems; Y. Hayashi. 2. Congestion and Pollution in a Rapidly Expanding City of South-East Asia: The Case of Bangkok; Kunchit Phiu-nual. 3. Better Cities - Better for the Environment; B. Telford. 4. Higher Density Housing and Transport in Australian Cities; J. Black. 5. Urban Productivity and Sustainability - Impacts of Technological Change; J.F. Brotchie, et al. Part B: Policy Implications in Modelling. 6. Reduction of CO2 Emissions of Transport by Reorganisation of Urban Activities; M. Wegener. 7. SUSTAIN - A Model Investigating Sustainable Urban Structure And Interaction Networks; J.R. Roy, et al. 8. Educating Planners in Testing of Alternative Strategies for Cities of Different Sizes; W. Young, K. Gu. 9. NOx Reduction Effects of the Policy to Reduce Diesel Automobiles and its Influence on Price Change; H. Morisugi, E. Ohno. 11. Spatial Impact of Road Improvement in the Suburban Recreational Area; K. Doi, N. Okamoto. Part C: Alternative Modelling Approaches. 12. Analysis of Urban Environmental Policies Assisted by Behavioural Modelling; F.J. Martinez. 13. An Analysis System for Integrated Policy Measures Regarding Land-Use, Transport and the Environment in a Metropolis; K. Miyamoto, R. Udomsri. 14. Optimizing Techniques in Activities-Transport Models; T. de la Barra. 15. Modelling the Implications of New Public Transport Technology: An Approach Using Artificial Intelligence; R.L. Mackett. 16. GIS Integrated System for Urban Transport and Development Planning; T. Ueda, et al. 17. Incorporating Environmental Planning Decisions in Transport Planning: A Modelling Framework; M.A.P. Taylor. 18. Using Combined Network Equilibrium Models for Environmental Assessments of Land-Use Transportation Scenarios; L. Lundqvist. 19. A Sequential Land Use/Transportation Model with Externalities: Linking the Dynamics of Regional Economic Growth and Urban Spatial Structure; J.G. Seo, et al. Part D: Summing Up. J.R. Roy, Y. Hayashi.
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