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"Looking at the World History of Planning" The 18th International Planning History Society Conference - Yokohama, July 2018
The rapid housing development that accompanied the high economic growth starting in 1960s Japan forced local governments to incur significant expenses for investment in public infrastructure. Therefore, many local governments established guidance on impact fees in relation to housing developments, which significantly relieved some of the financial...
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The 97th Annual Meeting Transportation Research Board (TRB)
Author:
Russ Bona
Frazila
Febri
Zukhruf
Jongga
Jihanny
Kardina
Nawassa
Pedestrianization programs hold promise to encourage non-motorized transport (NMT) in rapidly motorizing cities. But successful implementation of these programs depends on whether they meet the needs of urban residents. This article aims to assess how Bandung, Indonesia—a fast-growing city of 2.3 million people—is meeting those needs with a...
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Proceeding of The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Author:
Russ Bona
Frazila
Febri
Zukhruf
Jongga
Jihanny
Kardina
Nawassa
The benefits of walking have recently inspired considerable research on the relationships between pedestrian choices and numerous built environment factors. These relationships are then elaborated using walkability indices for the meso- the micro-levels. Despite important advances in micro-level research, the walkability concept is based chiefly on...
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Community-based Analysis of Resilient Cities: A Case Study of Cebu City, Philippines

公益社団法人 環境科学会2015 年会
Conference Paper
SEEPS Conference 2015
A growing body of science maintains that anthropogenic climate change poses a grave threat to the well-being of earth and its inhabitants. Academics, environmentalists, and policymakers similarly concur that there is no single silver bullet solution to climate change; rather what is needed are well-integrated and long-term strategy. Yet adopting...
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、 第42回環境システム研究論文発表会 企画セッション2「レジリエントシティ政策モデルの開発とその実装化」
近年,気候変動に伴う風水害が各地で頻発し,東日本大震災のような大規模な自然災害等も発生しており,これらの外部リスクを低減し,災害に強いレジリエントなまちづくりを目指す自治体が増えてきている.さらに,災害時でも社会経済システムを支える都市機能を維持するため,防災・減災の取り組みだけでなく,都市のエネルギー自治や都市構造の変革等についても着目されるようになってきた. 本文ではアジア4都市におけるレジリエントシティの構築に向けた取り組みを取り上げ分析した.また,この4都市に被災状況のモニタリング体制や緊急支援物資の供給体制の整備が遅れていること,ハザードマップ等の作成や情報提供体制に改善の余地があること等の課題が存在し,レジリエントシティの構築に向けて早急な改善が必要であることを明らかにした.