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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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Parbhoesingh, D.V.D. (author)
The timeline for mobility starts with the invention of the wheel 11.500 years ago. Another 5.500 years pass before the next paradigm shift of the wheeled car. A gradual series of technological advances eventually accelerated to the invention of the first ‘’auto’’mobile. During the 20th centure things are speeding up: Automatic transmission,...
master thesis 2016
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Hercules, M.F. (author)
How can a single intervention trigger an attractive production neighborhood to facilitate economic growth in a decaying industrial area? Meet Galewood, Chicago. An area in between downtown The Loop and the outskirts of the city. From the earliest days of Chicago in the 1830’s, the area has shown economic growth. Up until mid-twentieth century,...
master thesis 2015
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Schouwenaars, M.C.J. (author)
Public transport use and spatial developments have always influenced each other. During the last decade governments are more and more trying to get grip onto this process via different types of policy tools. One of these tools is Transit Oriented Development (TOD). In TOD the use of existing and new public transport network is stimulated by...
master thesis 2014
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Van Doorn, J.S. (author)
Since the 1950s the city of Lima, capital of Peru, has drastically grown both in size and inhabitants due to a process of rapid urbanization, by which the city has expanded horizontally in an informal way. Informal settlements have occupied peripheral areas, producing a centre-periphery pattern of urban development. Because the activity centres...
master thesis 2014
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De Lange, L. (author)
Dit afstudeerproject heeft betrekking op de omgeving rondom metrohalte Slinge in de wijken Pendrecht en Zuidwijk in Rotterdam Zuid. Doel van het project was om te komen tot ruimtelijke voorstellen waarmee stedelijke samenhang gecreëerd / versterkt wordt in Pendrecht en Zuidwijk door het verbeteren van het openbaar vervoernetwerk op Rotterdam...
master thesis 2013
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Rooijakkers, J. (author)
The Vlietzone is a large natural area at the edge of The Hague (South-Holland, The Netherlands). Surrounded by the highway A4 and A12 and the river Vliet it forms a secluded area. The municipality has selected this location for future expansion. It is the only large area availably within current city boundaries where expansion is allowed...
master thesis 2013
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Li, L. (author)
This paper discusses the Transit-Oriented Development used in the process of regenerating the historical center, based on the research of the development and the achievements in TOD of different cities in the past twenty years. The TOD has already showed the potential in regenerating historical centers. But considering the facts of Chinese...
master thesis 2012
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Ulloa, C. (author)
This thesis explores the links between the concepts of Transit Oriented Development and urban regeneration, studying the design variables for the creation of high quality urban environments in station areas and the spin off effects of station area developments on the existing urban context. Two lines of works are defined in this research, a...
master thesis 2011
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Song, C. (author)
Public space should be a node for social integration (Jacobs, J. 1961/1969; Carmona, M. 2003). The proposed project will search for a new model for organization of its public spaces exploring possible functional and physical integration, towards forming a cohesive public space network, that is to say, a network to be able to support the new mix...
master thesis 2010
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Ikhsani, M.R. (author)
Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia, a developed country in the Southeast Asia. With the population of 23 million, Jakarta and the surrounding area is the 4th largest urban area in the world. As the result, Jakarta suffers from inadequate facility such as severe traffic jams caused by too much commuting from areas around Jakarta, and air...
master thesis 2009
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Tjon Sie Fat, M.J. (author)
Because of its polycentric organization the system of the urban network of Randstad Holland is very much dependant on the connecting infrastructure lines between the sub agglomerations and urban centres. The use and efficiency of the infrastructure network has been the subject for debate for the last years, resulting in programs that consider...
master thesis 2008
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