2 edition of Equity in urban transportation found in the catalog.
Equity in urban transportation
Alan A. Altshuler
by Dept. of Transportation, Research and Special Programs Administration, Office of University Research, for the sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Urban transportation system.|
|Statement||Alan Altshuler and John Pucher.|
|Series||Report - Research and Special Programs Administration ; no. DOT-RSPA/DPB-50/79/9|
|Contributions||Womack, James P., Pucher, John R., United States. Dept. of Transportation. Office of University Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, vi, 74 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||74|
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for lower-income people and which is examined in this paper in the broader context of urban transport for sustainable urban development. Keywords: equity, mobility, sustainable development, transportation Author: A.
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1 Integrating Social Equity into Urban Transportation Planning: A Critical 2 Evaluation of Equity Objectives and Measures in Transportation Plans in 3 North America 4 5 Kevin Manaugh 6 Assistant Professor 7 Department of Geography and McGill School of Environment 8 McGill University 9 SuiteSherbrooke St.
10 Montréal, Québec, H3A 2K6. In this chapter, we evaluate transport equity in the context of urban poverty and social exclusion in the rapidly evolving city of Cape Town, South Africa. Assessment of equity is judged from a land use-transport perspective along two dimensions: spatial and socioeconomic.
This course examines the policy, politics, planning, and engineering of transportation systems in urban areas, with a special focus on the Boston area. It covers the role of the federal, state, and local government and the MPO, public transit in the era of the automobile, analysis of current trends and pattern breaks; analytical tools for transportation planning, traffic engineering, and Author: Frederick Salvucci.
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There is immense satisfaction in that.” “I'm not sure he's wrong about automobiles," he said. "With all their speed forward they may be a step backward in civilization -- that is. This paper explores the concept of transportation equity.
It defines transportation equity, including horizontal equity, vertical equity with respect to income, and vertical equity with respect to need/ability. It summarizes existing literature on this subject and discusses weaknesses with current transport planning equity analysis.
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The Diversity Committee of the American Planning Association’s Illinois chapter co-hosted the second annual Equity in Planning panel on Thursday along with sponsors WTS Greater Chicago Chapter, UIC’s College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, UPPSA, The Society of Black Urban Planners, LPODER at UIC, and Women in Planning and Public Affairs.
The book is what exactly what it says, "A Handbook" to contemporary issues, policies and practices of urban transportation, applied to the special considerations of developing economies and societies.
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evolution of urban transport systems in India since the economic liberalisation in the early s. The review relied on national and international research articles, working papers, book chapters, planning commission reports, vision documents, publicly accessible plans.
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In urban areas, where individuals often rely on accessible taxis, a lack of requirements has meant very uneven progress. Equity in Transportation for People with Disabilities. •Land use and transportation are inextricably linked. Handy’s Tenet. Transportation. Investments. Land Use. Patterns.
Travel. Patterns. Derived demand – where activities are located determines where we go. Accessibility – land with better access is. Social equity in urban transportation planning. by McGill University. During the 20th century, urban transportation planning in North America was mainly concerned with easing traffic congestion, improving safety and saving time for motorists.The Development Of A Urban Planning Words | 4 Pages.
Equity can be a hard concept to determine, as there is no hard and fast definition. In the context of urban planning in which there are various factors involved such as housing accessibility and affordability, sustainability, outside influence, transportation and other public services, equity can become even blurrier.Definitions of Transportation Equity Equity impacts can be difficult to evaluate, in part because the word “equity” has several meaning, each with different implications.
Four general types of equity related to transportation are discussed below. 1. Egalitarianism This refers to treating everybody the same, regardless of who they are.