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Who needs giant roads? Donwgrade of big infrastructures and Ufa street network

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Презентация Paolo Dejana на III международном градостроительном форуме UrbanБайрам

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Who needs giant roads? Donwgrade of big infrastructures and Ufa street network

  1. 1. Urban Bairam Ufa – November 20, 2015 www.mobilitythinklab.com Donwgrade of big infrastructures and Ufa street network eng. Paolo Dejana pdejana@mlab-srl.com October 28, 2013 - Russian Conference on Transport Modelling 1 eng. Luca Guala lguala@mlab-srl.com
  2. 2. Urban Bairam - Ufa, November 20, 2015  FOREWORD  BAD HABITS  MOBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY  WHICH WAY OUT?  WHAT ABOUT UFA?  CONCLUSIONS Source: Yandex
  3. 3. Urban Bairam - Ufa, November 20, 2015  In history of cities, an organized layout and a proper system of street interconnectivity, were always part of a successful urban development  U.N. research: More accessible and connected cities are also the more livable, socially integrated and economically dynamic.  University College London: Recent research has shown that the economic performance of urban centres is influenced by the balance between global and local connectivity – in other words by the network of spatial connections at all scales CONTEXT:
  4. 4. Urban Bairam - Ufa, November 20, 2015 Today, streets are usually regarded as mere links in a road network, enabling travel between two or more destinations. The streets has tended to define and use streets only through its movement function, The other functions are ignored or subverted, which are seen as “collateral” uses of the street. Streets have progressively lost their multi-functionality as public spaces NEVERTHELESS:
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  14. 14. Urban Bairam - Ufa, November 20, 2015 accessibility mobility proximity connectivity The end The means
  15. 15. Urban Bairam - Ufa, November 20, 2015 accessibility proximity connectivity The end The means MOBILITY
  16. 16. Urban Bairam - Ufa, November 20, 2015 ACCESSIBILITY proximity connectivity The end The means mobility
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  24. 24. Urban Bairam Ufa – November 20, 2015 www.mobilitythinklab.com Technical director eng. Paolo Dejana pdejana@mlab-srl.com October 28, 2013 - Russian Conference on Transport Modelling 24

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