An approach to land-use and transportation planning that facilitates city and region cooperation
This paper presents a new approach to land-use planning and transportation planning that provides regional planners with a means to achieve their goals without infringing upon local autonomy. The approach focuses on facilitating cooperation between city and regional planners. This is accomplished through two sequential stages: (1) the regional-planning stage and (2) the city-planning stage. In both stages, land-use planning and transportation planning are cast as multiobjective design problems and solved with a genetic algorithm. An example of the approach is presented using data for a medium-sized metropolitan region and a city within it.
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|Authors:||Lowry, Michael B ; Balling, Richard J|
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design. - Pion Ltd, London, ISSN 1472-3417. - Vol. 36.2009, 3, p. 487-504
Pion Ltd, London
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