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  1. 1. Developing Street Network in<br />Gharb El-Balad District, Assiut City:<br />Towards Sustainable Transportation<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />3-6 January 2010 – College of Architecture and Planning<br />King Saud University, Riyadh , KSA<br />
  2. 2. Motivation, Aim & Objectives<br />and Methods<br />Definitions, Guiding Principles,<br />Checklists and Rating Systems<br />Key-Attributes, In-Depth Analysis and <br />Strategic Directions<br />Urban Analysis, Street Network SWOT Analysis and<br />An Integrated Profile to Develop the Street Network<br />Results and Research Attainments<br />Conclusions of the work<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 2of 28<br />Paper Organization<br />For the aim of the work to be attained, the paper, as well as the presentation, is divided into 6 parts:<br />PaperOrganization<br />Introduction<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />Sustainable Transportation:<br />Theoretical Background<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />Towards Sustainable<br />Transportation<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />Case Study: Gharb El-Balad<br />District (GEBD)<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />Discussion<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />Conclusion <br />
  3. 3. 1-1 Motivation:<br /> Why Sustainable Transportation?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 3of 28<br />1- Introduction<br /><ul><li>Transportation..energy consumption..pollution
  4. 4. Growing unsustainable transportation trends (dominance of car-based and mono-drivingmovement).</li></ul>1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br /><ul><li>The rise of sustainable transportation (ST), as an integral part of the sustainabledevelopment movement.</li></ul>2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  5. 5. 1-1 Motivation:<br /> Why Sustainable Transportation?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 4of 28<br />1- Introduction<br /><ul><li>The concept is no longer conceptual; effortsare initiated: i.e. drafts, guidingprinciples, checklists, rating systems and assessment methods. </li></ul>1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br /><ul><li> Efforts vary in nature, scope and influence due to the varying conditions between and within countries; diversifying the way ST can be achieved.</li></ul>3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br /><ul><li> Responsible bodies are promoted to take appropriateactions and opening the door on ST in a broader context.</li></ul>6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  6. 6. 1-1 Motivation:<br /> Why Gharb El-Balad District?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 5of 28<br />1- Introduction<br /><ul><li> The historical, social and culturalvalues as the nucleus of Assiut City and one of its ancient parts.</li></ul>1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  7. 7. 1-1 Motivation:<br /> Why Gharb El-Balad District?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 6of 28<br />1- Introduction<br /><ul><li> Recent developments were oriented toward newerdistricts, while the GEBD lacked awareness. </li></ul>1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br /><ul><li> The district is overpopulated and overcrowded, being marked by the shortage in major services and facilities. </li></ul>2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  8. 8. 1-1 Motivation:<br /> Why Gharb El-Balad District?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 7of 28<br />1- Introduction<br />Despite the deteriorated profile of the GEBD, its compacturban form, well inter-connected street network and the adjacency to Assiut City future extensions represented positive indicators.<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  9. 9. 1-2 Aim and Objectives:<br /> What does the paper aim?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 8of 28<br />1- Introduction<br />The aim was to explore the potential of ST to develop the GEBDstreetnetwork; giving it the chance to experience a level of sustainabilityin relation to transportation. <br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />For the aim to be attained the following objectives were to be accomplished:<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br /><ul><li> Investigating the complexity of ST; deriving its key-attributes.
  10. 10. Identifying the strategicdirections to ST.
  11. 11. Studying the possibility to apply these directions to the casestudy.</li></ul>4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  12. 12. 1-3 Research Methodology:<br /> How to do it?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 9of 28<br />1- Introduction<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />To achieve the stated objectives, a seven-step research methodology was proposed.<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  13. 13. 2-1 Definitions and Guiding Principles: <br />dology:<br /> Theoretical Background<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 10of 28<br />2- Sustainable Transportation<br /><ul><li> The 1987 report of the World Commission on EnvironmentandDevelopment.
  14. 14. The literaleconomist’s, environmental and comprehensive definitions of the OECD.</li></ul>1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br /><ul><li> The 9 guiding principles proposed by Canada's National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE) in the OECD Conference in Vancouver. ('Towards Sustainable Transportation', 1996).</li></ul>3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br /><ul><li> The OECD 4 scenarios to achieve sustainable transportation for 2030.</li></ul>6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  15. 15. 2-2 Checklists and Rating systems : <br />dology:<br /> A Step Towards Application<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 11of 28<br />2- Sustainable Transportation<br /><ul><li>Sustainable Transport Masterplanning Checklist (2008); </li></ul> 8 key issues to achieve sustainable transportation.<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br /><ul><li> The pilot version of the LEED rating system for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND): assigning a full Credit for 'Alternative Transportation'.</li></ul>2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br /><ul><li> The LEED rating system for New Constructions (LEED-NC); assigning two groups of credits to support sustainability in relation to transportation: 'Smart Location and Linkage' and 'Neighborhood Pattern and Design'.</li></ul>4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  16. 16. 3-1 Key-Attributes:<br /> Investigating the Complexity and Richness of ST<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 12of 28<br />3- Towards Sustainable Transportation:<br />27 ST attributes were derived, put under one roof, analyzed and categorized to fall into 11interrelatedgroups;<br />11<br />key-attributes<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  17. 17. 3-2 Interrelationships of ST Attributes:<br /> In-Depth Analysis<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 13of 28<br />3- Towards Sustainable Transportation:<br />Seven types of relationships among the attributes assigned values from +4 to -3; referring to the strength and type of the relationship. <br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  18. 18. 3-2 Interrelationships of ST Attributes:<br /> In-Depth Analysis<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 14of 28<br />3- Towards Sustainable Transportation:<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />Correlation Values of ST Attributes <br />
  19. 19. 3-3 Strategic Directions to ST:<br /> How to do it?<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 15of 28<br />3- Towards Sustainable Transportation:<br />24 strategicdirections are proposed to achieve the 11keyattributes of ST.<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />Each direction seems to support morethanone single key-attribute.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  20. 20. 4-1 Urban Analysis:<br /> Location<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 16of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />Location of Gharb El-Balad District <br />(GEBD)<br />in Assiut City<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  21. 21. 4-1 Urban Analysis:<br /> Image, Land-use, Heights, Cases, Spaces & Street Network<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 17of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  22. 22. 4-1 Urban Analysis:<br /> Image, Land-use, Heights, Cases, Spaces & Street Network<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 18of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br /><ul><li>Compact urban form.
  23. 23. Well inter-connectedstreet network.
  24. 24. High percentage of publicspaces (26% mostly streets).
  25. 25. Over-populated and over-crowded context.
  26. 26. Mixed land use and dominance of commercial activities.
  27. 27. Shortage in services and facilities.
  28. 28. High percentage of deteriorated buildings (28%).</li></ul>4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  29. 29. 4-2 Street Network:<br /> SWOT Analysis<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 19of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  30. 30. 4-3 A Profile to Develop Street Network:<br /> 4-3-1 Proposed Actions:<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 20of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />1<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  31. 31. 4-3 A Profile to Develop Street Network:<br /> 4-3-1 Proposed Actions:<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 21of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />2<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  32. 32. 4-3 A Profile to Develop Street Network:<br /> 4-3-1 Proposed Actions:<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 22of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />3<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  33. 33. 4-3 A Profile to Develop Street Network:<br /> 4-3-1 Proposed Actions:<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 23of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />4<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  34. 34. 4-3 A Profile to Develop Street Network:<br /> 4-3-1 Proposed Actions:<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 24of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />5<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />6<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  35. 35. 4-3 A Profile to Develop Street Network:<br />4-3-2 Development Plan:<br />Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 25of 28<br />4- Case Study: The GEBD Street Network<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />Strategic<br />Plan<br />of the<br />GEBD<br />StreetNetwork<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  36. 36. Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 26of 28<br />5- Discussion: Results and Research Attainments<br />In this paper, it was argued that there would be no single best way to achieve ST due to the varyingconditions(adopting the concept of 'thinkgloballyandactlocally‘).<br /> The paper managed to induce a taxonomy of ST attributes, as they were derived from the literature, to fall into 11 key-attributes.<br /> The paper argued that achieving one attribute of ST would influence and be influenced by achieving otherattributes.<br />The in-depth analysis showed ST attributes to have various relativeweights due to the various correlation values (from +78 to -21) they have.<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  37. 37. Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 27of 28<br />5- Discussion: Results and Research Attainments<br />The analysis showed that more dependence on publictransportation together with the restrictedcarmovement can be considered the most influential strategic direction to support achieving ST.<br />On the contrary, the excessiveparking areas is to maximizetransportationdemand; negatively influencing the achievement of ST.<br />The paper managed to issue 24strategicdirections to achieve ST.<br />After analyzing the GBED profile, strategicdirectionsto ST were integrated with the local context providing the research with a solid ground on which appropriateactions were proposed and a strategicplan was developed.<br />1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  38. 38. Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment<br />Dr. Khaled Ali Youssef Arch. Moataz Mohamed Tarshan<br />KAU, Jeddah, KSA Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt<br />3-6 January 2010 , Riyadh , KSA<br />Slide 28of 28<br />6- Conclusion:<br /><ul><li>In this paper, the GEBD was given the opportunity to experience a level of sustainability in transportation, based on an overall urban analysis as well as a SWOT analysis of its street network.
  39. 39. ST theoretical perspectives and guiding principles were closely integrated together with the pressinglocalcontext of the GEBD.
  40. 40. As a result, a development strategicplan was proposed based on studying the application possibilities of 24STstrategicdirections.
  41. 41. In conclusion, the research appeared to bridge the gap between theory and practice in terms of investigating the potentials of ST as a theoretical issue, to develop an existing district with a relatively pressing local profile.</li></ul>1- Introduction<br /> Motivation - Methods<br />2- Sustainable Trans.<br />Theoretical Background<br />3- Towards<br /> Sustainable Trans.<br />4- Case Study:<br /> Gharb El-Balad Dist.<br />5- Discussion:<br /> Results-Attainments<br />6- Conclusion<br /> Of the Work<br />
  42. 42. Thanks for Attention !!<br />

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