Slow Traffic Space Planning of Modern Garden City Basing on Analyzing Spatial Characteristics of Land Use--with a Case Study of Xixian New District in Shaanxi
Yuan Li, Yanhui Li, Kuanmin Chen
Available Online April 2016.
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- Slow traffic space; Characteristics of land use; Slow traffic island; Slow traffic center; Slow traffic passageway
- Slow traffic refers to a close distance trip mode, giving priority of pedestrian and cycling spatial displacement power.In recent years, people start self-questioning the disadvantages of motorized traffic system and pay more attention to the slow traffic system, due to more and more serious traffic jam, environmental pollution, difficulties of parking, etc.Slow traffic is an important part of urban comprehensive transportation system, which assists and supplements public transport, and it is also a green transportation with sustainable development stratagem (energy, land, economy, and environment). The greenness of slow traffic agrees with the concept of modern garden city, which is also a vital part of the transportation system of modern garden city. It is inseparable between spatial planning of slow traffic and characteristics of urban land use. In order to proceed the planning and designing of slow traffic system, this paper will introduce the related conceptions of slow traffic island, slow traffic center and slow traffic passageway to form the slow traffic’s planning scheme in Xixian District, basing on analyzing the characteristics of land use in Xixian District with the conception of garden city.
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TY - CONF AU - Yuan Li AU - Yanhui Li AU - Kuanmin Chen PY - 2016/04 DA - 2016/04 TI - Slow Traffic Space Planning of Modern Garden City Basing on Analyzing Spatial Characteristics of Land Use--with a Case Study of Xixian New District in Shaanxi BT - 6th International Conference on Electronic, Mechanical, Information and Management Society PB - Atlantis Press SP - 1806 EP - 1810 SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/emim-16.2016.366 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/emim-16.2016.366 ID - Li2016/04 ER -