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Mario Boffi, Matteo Colleoni, Pietro Palvarini on "A GIS methodology for defining the Metropolitan Areas. The Italian Case Study"

Mario Boffi, Matteo Colleoni, Pietro Palvarini on "A GIS methodology for defining the Metropolitan Areas. The Italian Case Study"

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    • A GIS methodology for defining the Metropolitan Areas The Italian Case Study Mario Boffi, Matteo Colleoni, Pietro Palvarini Università di Milano Bicocca Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale
    • Definition of the Metropolitan Areas• Proposal based on the spatial distribution of some metropolitan functions• Use of GIS• Scale: Census tracts data (380.000+)Statistical techniques• Density analysis (Kernel model)• Factor analysisData• Population Census 2001 (residents & commuters)• Economic Census 2001 (employees)
    • Metropolitan functions and indicatorsClass Metropolitan function IndicatorResidence 1. Dwelling Population 2. Manufacturing activities Employees 3. Finance and insurance activities EmployeesEmployment 4. Real estate activities Employees 5. Information and communication Employees 6. Professional, scientific and technical activities Employees 7. Commerce EmployeesCommercial and 8. Accommodation and catering Employeesleisure services 9. Associationism Employees 10. Recreational, cultural and sports activities Employees 11. Health Employees 12. Secondary education EmployeesServices of 13. University education Employeescollectiveinterest 14. Public administration Employees 15. Social assistance Employees 16. Transport EmployeesFlows 17. Mobility of persons Journeys
    • Metropolitan Italy
    • Metro-Area of Milan Metro-Area of Veneto
    • Metro-Area of Turin Metro-Area of Bologna
    • Metro-Area of Florence Metro-Area of Rome
    • Metro-Area of Naples Metro-Area of Bari
    • Area (Km2)8.054 Metro areas 9% Non-metro areas 5.820 91% 2.962 2.694 2.608 1.908 1.284 933Milan Veneto Bologna Florence Naples Rome Turin Bari
    • Indicator 1 - Density of population (residents/Km2)1.726 1.643 1.306 1.169 935 665 566 552 118Naples Rome Turin Bari Milan Florence Bologna Veneto Rest of Italy
    • Indicator 2 - Employment (employees/Km2)293 236 225 154 141 140 134 128 15Turin Rome Milan Bologna Florence Naples Veneto Bari Rest of Italy
    • Indicator 3 - Commercial and leisure services (employees/Km2) 98 62 55 45 40 39 34 31 5Rome Turin Naples Milan Bari Florence Bologna Veneto Rest of Italy
    • Indicator 4 - Services of collective interest (employees/Km2)203 121 112 83 73 60 57 45 8Rome Naples Turin Bari Milan Florence Bologna Veneto Rest of Italy
    • Indicator 5 - Density of flows (Km travelled/Km2)6.075 2.749 2.541 2.502 1.725 1.426 1.329 1.266 465Rome Turin Naples Milan Bari Florence Veneto Bologna Italy
    • Different patterns of mobility Commuters per 100 residents 22,6 18,5 Km per commuter 13,3 10,6Total metropolitan Italy areas Total metropolitan Italy areas
    • Density of flows in Milan M.A. Varese Como BergamoNovara Milan Brescia Pavia
    • Mario Boffi – mario.boffi@unimib.it Matteo Colleoni – matteo.colleoni@unimib.itPietro Palvarini – p.palvarini@campus.unimib.itLaboratorio PeriMetro (Periferie Metropolitane) Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale Università di Milano Bicocca