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Land use and transportation planning in urban areas collective needs and investigation of possibilities for combined application.

Yfantis, Athanasios (2008): Land use and transportation planning in urban areas collective needs and investigation of possibilities for combined application. Published in: (July 2008)

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Abstract

The object of this work is the examination of how urban planning is combined with the circulatory planning in Greece and the emergence of the importance of implementing integrated land use and transport planning to achieve sustainability in cities. The study examines the relationship between land use and locomotions and also studies how these two factors interact in creating the urban environment. Still, is examined the frame of application of planning and is appointed the weakness of completed approach in the emerging questions, by the decision-making centres and the responsible institutions of application and control. For this reason, proposed guidelines for the creation of that framework which will address land-use planning and transport as a single system, addressing more effectively the impact on urban space by the lack of coordinated urban and circulatory planning, creating a sustainable urban environment that respects the citizen - user.

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