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Poggione Garcia, A. (author), van der Meer, Brenda (author), van der Meer, Harma (author), Bange, Rein (author), Klootwijk, R. (author)
The emission of CO2 is a significant contributor to global warming, with the mobility sector being a major source. The EU has set a goal to achieve climate neutrality by 2050, requiring substantial CO2 reduction efforts, particularly in densely populated regions like the Rhine-Delta (RDR). This region’s extensive mobility network, serving both...
student report 2024
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Bali, Aslı (author)
Approximately 200,000 individuals travel to & from Schiphol Airport daily through various means such as cars, taxis, buses, shuttles, trains, motorcycles, scooters, and bicycles. With this perspective, Schiphol Airport is the largest mobility hub in the whole Netherlands, making accessibility a critical aspect. The Schiphol Group is...
master thesis 2023
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ANDRIANOS, PAVLOS (author)
This graduation project, having as a starting point the concept of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), highlights the importance of high-density mixed-use developments around railway stations.<br/>With this goal in mind, the station area of Amsterdam Sloterdijk was selected as a case study location. Sloterdijk is an important node within the...
master thesis 2023
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Vitkutė, Ruta (author)
In recent decades, the relevance of the railway as a more sustainable alternative for (inter)national commuting has increased significantly. Moreover, contemporary railway stations are becoming not only important mobility hubs where national and local transportation systems are interlinked but also new city centres offering a variety of...
master thesis 2023
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Krom, Johan Klaas (author)
This study has investigated the effect of the urban environment on pedestrian route choice behaviour, for walking routes to and from train stations in the Netherlands. To the best knowledge of the author, this is the first pedestrian route choice study which is performed at country-level scope. This was made possible by applying an innovative...
master thesis 2022
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Ibraeva, Anna (author), Correia, Gonçalo (author), Silva, Cecília (author), Antunes, António Pais (author)
Few studies have analyzed the mobility impacts of TOD using a longitudinal research approach, and even fewer incorporated origin–destination (OD) information in the analysis. In this paper, we examine the impacts of a metro system with TOD features on the share of car and bus trips using Metro do Porto as a case study. The application of an...
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Ibraeva, Anna (author), Correia, Gonçalo (author), Silva, Cecília (author), Pais Antunes, António (author)
Transit-oriented development (TOD), an urban planning concept that aims to promote sustainable transport modes, has been actively studied in recent years, especially in relation to car trips reduction. However, longitudinal studies on the matter are still rare. In this paper, we analyze the effects of the implementation of a new metro system...
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Pattarasumunt, Sorawit (author)
Bangkok, the primary mega-city of Thailand, had once been driven by water-based development until car mobility was introduced. Since then, the development has been gradually shifted to land-based. The dispersed roads and highways stimulated the urban sprawl where suburban gated communities are built in the outskirts, inaccessible by public...
master thesis 2021
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Song, Y. (author), de Jong, W.M. (author), Stead, D. (author)
China is often viewed as an emerging experimental base for transit-oriented development (TOD) practices because of its rapid urban growth and development of mass transit networks. The implementation of TOD can be heavily influenced by institutional barriers to urban growth. However, some newly emerging types of TOD practice allow planners and...
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Ibraeva, Anna (author), van Wee, G.P. (author), Correia, Gonçalo (author), Pais Antunes, António (author)
Transit-oriented development has been widely studied in recent years as a means to reduce car trips and promote sustainable transport modes. However, longitudinal studies on the matter are still rare. This paper contributes to longitudinal research of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) effects on travel behavior by analyzing the evolution of...
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Suresh, Kavya (author)
Chennai, a historical seaside city on the southern coast of India, has undergone extensive urbanisation ever since the postcolonial economic reform of the nineties. Mismanaged urban growth that predominantly prioritises economic development has led to a situation of congestion, lack of public space and forgotten ecological networks in the city....
master thesis 2020
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Cohen, Dor (author)
In the past two decades, two big processes have changed the urban configuration of Jerusalem: The construction of the West Bank separation barrier, leaving the majority of the Palestinian neighborhoods of the city completely cut out from their hinterland and neighboring Palestinian cities, and the ongoing planning and construction of the light...
master thesis 2020
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Simkens, Bart (author)
The station location is typically characterised by its dual nature as a semi-public piece of real estate. On the one hand, it is used by its owner to achieve its corporate objectives, also in terms of feasibility. On the other hand, it is a place which is accessible to all and serves the societal and urban needs in terms of transport, activities...
master thesis 2020
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Rouwenhorst, Jasper (author)
A new approach is needed for redeveloping peri-urban railway stations in the Netherlands, like Amsterdam Lelylaan,to solve a set of pressing issues in their specific context: the monocentric character of many of our cities, the poor quality of public space around peripheral railway stations, and the disconnection between the local and the city...
master thesis 2019
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Leenders, Daan (author)
This thesis proposes the development of a new centrality outside of Central London in order to combat the increasingly evident problems generated by London’s mono-centric model of development. In doing so, special attention is paid to understanding the region of Greater London as a networked urban system. Following a diagnosis of the current...
master thesis 2019
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Le, Jaap (author)
One of the cities where the rapid urbanisation of the global south is most eminent is Mumbai, the economic capital of India. Due to a rising economy over the last century millions of people migrated to the city. This urbanisation led to an enormous density and therefore prices of land exploded in the inner city. Due to its physical constrains –...
master thesis 2018
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Dreesmann, Floris (author)
Amsterdam Sloterdijk currently can be best described as a desolate office-area next to a major multi-modal mobility hub. At the same time amsterdam at large is facing challenges it has never seen before. The city is getting over-crowded, housing prices have increased sharply, and the limits of it's mobility network are already reached....
master thesis 2018
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Malhotra, Harsh (author)
The motivation for this project, comes through personal experience of being raised in the city of Delhi. The city which ones was known for its plush gardens, old markets and famous public squares. The economic liberation of 1992 and unprecedented growth made Delhi victim of its own success. The lack of vision on part of understanding migration...
master thesis 2018
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Boussauw, Kobe (author), van Meeteren, Michiel (author), Sansen, Joren (author), Meijers, E.J. (author), Storme, Tom (author), Louw, E. (author), Derudder, Ben (author), Witlox, Frank (author)
To some degree, metropolitan regions owe their existence to the ability to valorize agglomeration economies. The general perception is that agglomeration economies increase with city size, which is why economists tend to propagate urbanization, in this case in the form of metropolization. Contrarily, spatial planners traditionally emphasize...
journal article 2018
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author), Musiałkowska, Ida (author), Polverari, L. (author)
The collection of papers in this issue brings new insights to the processes of international policy transfer and learning in the fields of regional and urban development policy, regional innovation and transit-oriented development. It explores, through the perspective of different disciplines, the motivations of actors, tangible and non...
journal article 2018
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