Flowing into Malmö

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© 2011 BAUZÁ VAN SLINGERLANDT / RUNNVIK / STEFANSDÓTTIR / SNIZEK

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  • Flowing into Malmö

    1. 1. BAUZÁ VAN SLINGERLANDT/RUNNVIK/STEFANSDÓTTIR/SNIZEK Alícia Bauzà van Slingerlandt (ES/SE) Ann-Charlotte Gilboa Runnvik (SE/SE) Harpa Stefansdóttir (ISL/NO) Bernhard Snizek (AT/DK)FLOWING INTO MALMÖ
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION Malmø Central Station as generator of flows Planning of flows Conflicts between flows - pedestrians and bicyclesResearch questions: Are the different flows of people generated by transport infrastructure considered when planning and designing them? If so, how are the different kinds of flows dealt with when designing transport infrastructure and planning its surroundings? What are the main conflicts encountered and how are they solved?
    3. 3. METHODCity walk: in two steps - surroundings and relevant stops interview with architect photographs and filming
    4. 4. RESULTS The flows are considered in the planning but there are several problems: divided ownership planning for future/expected flows rather than existing/ real flows hierarchical planning (car, taxi, bus) of flows planning of individual flows not their interaction
    5. 5. FURTHER RESEARCH interview people from Malmö Stad and Trafikverket investigation of conflict between bikers and pedestrians in the rest of the city include policies of Malmö Stad

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