central places AR2U080 R&D STUDIO: SPATIAL STRATEGIES FOR THE GLOBAL METROPOLIS (2009-2010 Q3) Tutors: Remon Rooij & Verena BalzINTERnetworks / ACTING Ashley Ballantine 1302396 / Robin Boelsums 1275267 / Tuofu Hu 4046374 / Sven van Oosten 1257730 / Yuli Zhou 4039106 central places INTER networks / ACTING Networks and central places of economic activity on the island of IJsselmonde
INTER networks / ACTING central places Current economic conditions of the island give urgency for interventions Shift & Transformation of th national highway network knowledge central place creative economic central place national road network business central place spatial node ( central place) urban road network cosumer central placesource: Han Meyer; City and Port, 08-02-2010 IC IC M M Hillegersberg-Schiebroek Overschie 40.900 Prins Alexander 15.800 89.200 M M ROTTERDAM-NOORD 200.000 M M Noord Kralingen-Crooswijk M M Capelle a/d IJssel IC IC 49.000 52.000 M M M M M 65.400 M M M M M M M M M Schiedam M M M M 75.750 Delfshaven M M M M 70.290 Krimpen a/d IJssel M M M M M M 28.900 M M M Vlaardingen M M M Centrum Feijenoord M M 70.400 30.300 72.300 M M M M ROTTERDAM-ZUID IJsselmonde Pernis 60.900 M M M 4.560 200.000 M Charlois 66.000 M Ridderkerk M 44.800 Hoogvliet Alblasserdam M M 36.600 19.000 M M M Poortugaal Rhoon M M M 9.800 12.700 M M Barendrecht 46.500 M M Spijkenisse Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht 72.500 M 26.800 ISLAND OF IJSSELMONDE M M 425.000 Papendrecht M 31.800 Oud-Beijerland 23.600 Zwijndrecht 44.400 IC IC Dordrecht 118.600 national railway IC intercity station spatial node ( central place) national railway IC intercity station spatial node ( central place) metro M metro station tram metro station metro M metro station water bus water bus station tram metro station water bus water bus station 23m IC M Weena M M M IC M M Rotterdam Bolnes M M M M M M IC M 43m M M M M M M M M M 33m M Rotterdam Bolnes M Ridderkerk 30m M M Barendrecht 40m 56m (Hogendorpsingel) Ridderkerk M 27m 28m Barendrecht Hoogvliet (Riederhof ) Hendrik Ido Ambacht 32m (Kouwenaardseweg) 33m M 38m M M 28m M Spijkernisse Barendrecht Barendrecht (Riederhof ) (Hogendorpsingel) M 43m Hendrik Ido Ambacht M M Zwijndrecht M 13m 33m Zwijndrecht 23m Dordrecht IC Dordrecht IC IC existing intercity station (Johan de Wittstraat) national highway network spatial node ( central place) existing national way existing core economical central place existing railway existing important economical central place national road network harbor related activities national railway IC intercity station national highway municipality border existing assistant economical central place existing metro logistics services etc. metro M metro station urban road sub-municipality border urban road network existing tram tram water bus station existing water bus water bus
central places INTER networks / ACTING IJsselmonde of economical actvitiesLegendsinfrastructure central spatial function central place in island (small scale)existing commerce industry logistics and transportation working central place national highway office national railway creative industry station metro line sports tram line sporting park commercial cental placeproposed recreational park new highway recreation new metro line education central place out island residence new tram line medical facilities central place new recreational route
central placesINTERnetworks / ACTING The island, linking the Delta with the AmA corridor Amsterdam AMSTERDAM AM INTERNATIONAL SEA PORT LONDON ANTWERPEN DUSSELDORF FRANKFURT Rotterdam ATIO LOCATION OF ISLAND SEL OF ISSELMONDE PARIS Antwerp
central places INTER networks / ACTING Using the theme of Centralities to introduce the strategy of Inter/ActingDefinition “In classic urban geography and in particular in classic location theory, the notion of centrality is generally defined in terms of at- Develop with regards Conditions to node/place value tractiveness, related to the close co-location of activities, services Diversity and employment, in short their spatial agglomeration.” Source: Losch, 1952; Isard, 1956; Alonso, 1964; Herbert and Ste- vens, 1960)Conditions “It has been noted that three main factors contribute towards the condition of centrality.” The density of people, using the cen- trality; the diversity of activities of the centrality itself; the con- Density € Definition Connectivity nectivity of the centrality with other centralities. Development of specific profileSource: Mendes, Morgado 2008 €Network Conditions The development of a specific and programmatic profile, re- garding the node and place value, will decrease the risks of competition and can be used as guiding principle for a strong network of central nodes.
central placesINTERnetworks / ACTING IJsselmonde has a lack of economic activities Activities in: main service sector Regarding the high density of the higher education consumers economy area, there is a lack of economic creative economy activities. Not only facilites are missing, also job opportunities. Residential area’s providing density for activities / services
central places INTER networks / ACTING Integration of different public transportation networksTrain The integration between different networks (tram, metro etc.) is poor and needs to be improved to be able to use the network optimal.Metro Long traveltimes as consequense of poorly integrated networkTram 33m Rotterdam Bolnes 40m Ridderkerk 28m Hoogvliet (Kouwenaardseweg) 32m 33m 38m Spijkernisse Barendrecht Barendrecht (Riederhof ) (Hogendorpsingel) 43m Hendrik Ido Ambachtnodes 33m Zwijndrecht 23m Dordrecht (Johan de Wittstraat)
INTER networks central places / ACTING Integration of economic activities with the networkseparation of economic activity and network National spots not integrated in national public transport An activity with a national scale Rotterdam serving area, needs to have good ac- cess to the national network. Goal is Island of IJsselmonde to improve these incohesions. Feyenoord Ahoy Dordrecht