Approach to Integrated Land Use & Transport within Spatial Planning Processes

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Approach to Integrated Land Use & Transport within Spatial Planning Processes

  1. 1. India China Mexico Brazil, USA Indonesia Europe Urbanization situation in World Geographies between 2010 - 2030 Key Decision Maker : Governor, Chief Minister Key Decision Maker: Mayor Strategies: National Policy & Finance, Demonstration Projects, Capacity Building Strategies: Unified authorities, Plan/Vision documents Country and state leaders represent urban populace hence cities are priority and have autonomy to make their own decisions.
  2. 2. Source: Prof. Shivanand Swamy, Centre of Excellence in Urban Transport ,CEPT
  3. 3. Results:
  4. 4. Bus 15 Km Car 11.59 Km 2 wheeler 8.02 Km Source: http://www.ichangemycity.com/budget Average Trip length of Bangalorean Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagar Palike Budget 2013 - 14
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  7. 7. Preparation of Land Use Map Official Gazette Outline Development Plan (ODP) /Master Plan (MP) Interim Master Plan Land Acquisition Town Planning Schemes (TP) Additional Area Master Plan Revision of Master Plan Transfer of Development Right
  8. 8. Potential TOD influence zones
  9. 9. Bangalore RMP 2015
  10. 10. Evolution of Copenhagen Region Copenhagen Regional integration

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