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Haluzan, Max, 2011. Kan man minska bilåkandet i staden? : sett ur ett stadsplanerarperspektiv. First cycle, G2E. Alnarp: SLU, Landscape Architecture (until 121231)



The reason why this essay is written can be parted in two, whereas one would be the global trend of urbanization that occurs to this moment and forward, whereas the other would be the debate of how motorism has come to be an issue of sustainable management of our cities and our environment. In purpose to deliver a thorough understanding of how the car and its capacity has come to shape the society of today, and to emphasize the problems it´s brought, a historical survey has been made, followed by the report of problems to the society formed by the needs of the car, discussed in several environmental issues, such as jamming, noise and air pollution. This is followed by the discussion of potential solutions for how city planning could return to the focus of the human scale and perspective, in purpose to correspond with the issue of ways to decrease the car use in towns.

In conclusion, the given solutions are discussed, where examples like shared space, investment in public transport, mobility management and the theory of the assembled city are included, with aid from literature, to finally conclude the essay with personal thoughts of how the planning of today, or the given solutions, really are the result of sustainability for city planning from a human perspective.

Main title:Kan man minska bilåkandet i staden?
Subtitle:sett ur ett stadsplanerarperspektiv
Authors:Haluzan, Max
Volume/Sequential designation:UNSPECIFIED
Year of Publication:2011
Level and depth descriptor:First cycle, G2E
Student's programme affiliation:LY002 Landscape Architecture Programme, Alnarp 300 HEC
Supervising department:(LTJ, LTV) > Landscape Architecture (until 121231)
Keywords:traffic, city planning, stadsplanering, samhällsplanering, shared space, pedestrianization, mobility management, SCAFT, bilsamhällen, bilism
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Deposited On:07 Jun 2011 06:46
Metadata Last Modified:20 Apr 2012 14:19

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