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Inter-mixing land uses and balancing urban growth can yield significant demand- and supply-side benefits to the transport sector. A Green TOD (Transit Oriented Development) model is presented in this regard. The talk concludes by addressing possible motivations for separating urban activities, as embodied in contemporary zoning and land-use regulatory practices, including social and class exclusion and perceptions of non-compatibility among uses. Mechanisms for overcoming barriers to mixed land uses are offered. For details, see http://www.hku.hk/hkuits/DTLS2011.htm.
Professor Robert Cervero works in the area of sustainable transport policy and planning. He was the first-ever recipient of the Dale Prize for Excellence in Urban Planning Research and has twice won the Article of the Year award from the Journal of the American Planning Association. Presently, he is Chairman of the International Association of Urban Environments and the National Advisory Board of the Active Living Research Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Professor Cervero was recently appointed to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), responsible for the human settlement chapter of the 5th IPCC assessment. He is also an author of the forthcoming 2013 Global Report on Sustainable Transportation for the UN-Habitat.
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Ir Prof. S.C. Wong (T)2859-1964 (E) email@example.com
The number of participants is limited to 200.
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