As cities around the globe respond to rapid technological changes and political pressures, coordinated transport and land use planning is an often targeted aim.
Metropolitan Transport and Land Use, the second edition of Planning for Place and Plexus, provides unique and updated perspectives on metropolitan transport networks and land use planning, challenging current planning strategies, offering frameworks to understand and evaluate policy, and suggesting alternative solutions.
The book includes current and cutting-edge theory, findings, and recommendations which are cleverly illustrated throughout using international examples. This revised work continues to serve as a valuable resource for students, researchers, practitioners, and policy advisors working across transport, land use, and planning.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements Preface Chapter 1 Diamond of Individual Action Chapter 2 Access: The Fundamental Force Chapter 3 Homebuying Chapter 4 Jobseeking Chapter 5 Traveling Chapter 6 Scheduling Chapter 7 Diamond of Exchange Chapter 8 Siting Chapter 9 Selling Chapter 10 Diamond of Evaluation Chapter 11 Arranging Chapter 12 Assembling Chapter 13 Administering Chapter 14 Getting beyond "Stuckness"
David M. Levinson is Professor of Transport at the University of Sydney School of Civil Engineering, Australia. From 1999 to 2016 he taught and served as Chair of Transportation at the University of Minnesota, USA, where this book was first crafted. He serves as the editor of the Journal of Transport and Land Use and is the author or editor of a dozen books.
Kevin J. Krizek is Professor of Environmental Design and Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is Director in Environmental Design and serves as a Visiting Professor of "Cycling in Changing Urban Regions" at the Institute of Management Research at Radboud University, the Netherlands.