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Building the urban future and Transit Oriented Development

Building the urban future and Transit Oriented Development

Rail and other modes connecting with urban and regional development

Rail and other modes connecting with urban and regional development

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Publié le mercredi 22 février 2012 par Loïc Le Pape

Résumé

« Building the urban future and Transit Oriented Development (BUFTOD). Rail and other modes, connecting with urban and regional development », an international scientific and operational conference on TOD. The BUFTOD conference is a dedicated arena for the debate on TOD, allowing the crossing of scientific disciplines and the associated approaches, exchanging on cases studies at the international level (in Europe, Americas, Asia ...). The BUFTOD 2012 conference will explore the role of rail and other transport modes in transit oriented development and the connection with spatial development at the urban and regional scales.

Annonce

Pre-program of the BUFTOD2012 conference : « Building the urban future and Transit Oriented Development (BUFTOD) Rail and other modes, connecting with urban and regional development ».

Presentation

The BUFTOD conference is a dedicated arena for the debate on TOD, allowing the crossing of scientific disciplines and the associated approaches, exchanging on cases studies at the international level (in Europe, Americas, Asia ...). The BUFTOD 2012 conference will explore  the role of rail and other trans -port modes in transit oriented development and the connection with spatial development at the urban and regional scales.

The plenary session on monday 17th April 2012 will be organised around a series of keynote speeches with:

  • Robert Cervero University of California at Berkeley "A Panorama of TOD Principles & Experiences "
  • Claude Soulas IFSTTAR-GRETTIA, "Evolution of he different transport modes to be taken into account for TOD, and combination with intermodality"
  • Fernando Lozada Islas Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez "TOD & Smart Growth. A look at the Latin American experience"
  • Gebhard Wulfhorst Technische Universität München and Alain L’Hostis IFSTTAR-LVMT "The Bahn.Ville approach of an urbanism oriented towards rail and intermodality, key findings of the French-German cooperation"

From the abstracts selected by the scientific committee, six sessions have been identified as follows:

  • A - Urban models, urban utopias and the city of tomorrow
  • B - Influence of TOD on transit use (mobility)
  • C - Location of activities, urban mix
  • D - Conception of public space and built environment for TOD
  • E - TOD applied to different territories : corridors, regions, and agglomerations
  • F - Transport systems in the context of TOD: rail, bus and intermodality
  • G - Planning the TOD, procedures and involvement of actors

Monday

  • Seminar 1 Urban models, urban utopias and the city of tomorrow (session A1) Influence of TOD on transit use (mobility) (session B1) Location of activities, urban mix (session C)
  • Seminar 2 Urban models, urban utopias and the city of tomorrow (session A2) Influence of TOD on transit use (mobility) (session B2) Conception of public space and built environment for TOD (session D)

Tuesday

  • Seminar 1 TOD applied to different territories : corridors, regions, and agglomerations (session E1) Transport systems in the context of TOD: rail, bus and intermodality (session F1) Planning the TOD, procedures and involvement of actors (session G1)
  • Seminar 2 TOD applied to different territories : corridors, regions, and agglomerations (session E2) Transport systems in the context of TOD: rail, bus and intermodality (session F2) Planning the TOD, procedures and involvement of actors (session G2)
  • Seminar 3 TOD applied to different territories : corridors, regions, and agglomerations (session E3) Transport systems in the context of TOD: rail, bus and intermodality (session F3) Planning the TOD, procedures and involvement of actors (session G3)

Duration of sessions = 2 hours

Program

Content of the session : CAUTION : this detailed program is provisional, to be confirmed when all speakers will have effectively register

Session C: Location of activities, urban mix

  1. Jorge Gonçalves, Licinio Portugal and Carlos Nassi. Better distribution of jobs around rail stations, mobility improvements and life quality: the case of Rio de Janeiro
  2. Lucia Mejia-Dorantes and Odile Heddebaut. Firmographic analysis in the previous coal mining area of Lens in the French Nord-Pas-de-Calais Region
  3. Joachim Broomerg. Accessibility to suburban shopping centres by public transport : a challenge for the sustainable city
  4. Kees Maat. Built environment and travel: the role of work locations in the Randstad North Wing.
  5. Kasmi Amine M.. Sustainable urban renewal as a tool for better urban mobility

Session D: Conception of public space and built environment for TOD

  1. Richard Zelezny. Public Transport Oriented Planning. What Urban Design Parameters, What Results? Confrontation between France and the Czech Republic.
  2. Guowen Dai, Willem Salet and Jochem De Vries. High-Speed New Town? Spatial Quality in Nanjing South Station Area Development
  3. Hyuncheol Seo, Gyu-Yeob Jeon and Won-Hwa Hong. A Study on the Strategy Against Disaster of Subway Station Areas based on the Risk Factor
  4. Gyeong-Mok Nam, Gi-Wook Cha, Won-Wha Hong and Gyu-Yeob Jeon. A study on the effect of the characteristic of subway adjacent area on the characteristic of building energy consumption.

Session B: Influence of TOD on transit use (mobility)

  1. Hyungun Sung and Sugie Lee. Is the Built Environment Really Important in Commuting Behavior? Insights from Rail Transit-oriented Development (RTOD) in Seoul, Korea
  2. Borna Abramovic, Slavko Steficar and Ante Klecina. Determining the transport demand in the area of town Lepoglava and municipality Bednja
  3. Keechoo Choi and Woohyun Chung. Relationship between Transit Ridership and Land Use Characteristics in Seoul Metropolitan Area
  4. Ekki Kreutzberger. Urban densification supporting intra-urban public transportation. The case The Hague
  5. Miguel Angel Ajuriaguerra and Erlantz Loizaga. Public transport in the global city, what the mobility represents for the developing process of a global city
  6. Aida Pontes De Aquino and Harry Timmermans. Adding Life Trajectories to the Study of the Relationship between Urban Form and Travel Behavior

Session E: TOD applied to different territories : corridors, regions, and agglomerations

  1. António Costa, Rui Fernandes, Elsa Pacheco and Patrícia Trocado. Transit-Oriented Development – application of a concept in the Northwest of Portugal
  2. Andrew Switzer. Success and stumbles: Mobility transitions in Zürich and Amsterdam
  3. Nanet Rutten. BESTNET – Making the best of the (urban) network
  4. Matthias Blondia and Erik De Deyn. Understanding  the development potential of regional public transport  in a peri-urban context  through  research by design: the case-study of Klein-Brabant (Belgium).
  5. Muhammad Adeel. Spatial expansion in Islamabad – Transit oriented growth or Growth oriented transit?
  6. Wil Zonneveld and Armando Ortuño Padilla. T.O.D. Implementation possibilities in Alicante province and Murcia region (Spain) according to Stedenbaan experience (The Netherlands)
  7. Juliette Maulat. Implementation of rail-oriented development in French suburban areas: from theory to practice
  8. Karst Geurs, Kees Maat, Piet Rietveld and Gert De Visser. Transit Oriented Development in the Randstad South Wing
  9. Alexis Conesa. TOD and polycentricity : common goals with different results ? Lessons from multilevel accessibility measures in Lille metropolitan area (France)
  10. Yves Crozet, Aurélie Mercier and Nicolas Ovtracht. The accessibility paradox : When the city slips into urban planner's fingers
  11. Hira Bawahab. Transit Metropolis: A paradigm for transit-oriented development Karachi, Pakistan
  12. Paul Chorus. Thinking and acting in railway corridors, transit-oriented development in Tokyo
  13. Elina Krasilnikova contemporary tendencies of transport infrastructure development at  the linear  city waterfront areas (Volgograd, Russian Federation  for example)

Session F: Transport systems in the context of TOD: rail, bus and intermodality

  1. Jeong Whon Yu. Design of Personal Rapid Transit Networks for Transit-Oriented Development Cities
  2. Moshe Becker. The Dilemma of Urban Light Rail Public Transportation Development
  3. Carlos Gaivoto. Hybrid Transit System: from intermodal to multimodal application – decision’s elements
  4. Maria Lucia Galves, Rafaella Violato and Márcia Mayumi Mukaida. Rail as a Technological Alternative for the Ouro Verde Corridor in Campinas, Brazil
  5. Fausto Lo Feudo and Carmine Demetrio Festa. A tram-train system for the Province of Cosenza: analysis of potentialities and future prospects for the development of a regional rail service and urban renewals opportunities.
  6. Madisson Yojan Carmona Rojas. Transmilenio in crisis?
  7. Aurélie Mahieux and Odile Heddebaut. Crossing innovative transport services possibilities with differentiated spatial areas and transport needs
  8. Mounya El-Hadeuf. Transit-Oriented Development: beyond the rail, the bus?
  9. Charlotte Halpern. Bridging the gap between existing transport networks. A comparative analysis of evolving mobility strategies in four medium-sized city-regions in Europe
  10. Yolandi E. Roux, R Del Mistro and D. Mfinanga. A Methodology for comparative analysis of public transport systems in African cities
  11. Tigran Haas, Mats Lundström and Todor Stojansovski. Tram and Light Railway as key drivers for sustainable urban development
  12. António Lobo and António Couto. Analysis of the operational performance of European urban rail transport networks

Session G: Planning the TOD, procedures and involvement of actors

  1. Luca Staricco. Metropolitan Railway Systems and Transit-Oriented Development in the Territorial Plans of Italian Provinces
  2. Wendy Tan. Learning from others: Comparing the institutional field for activating TOD in the Netherlands to Perth, Portland, Vancouver and Copenhagen
  3. William Fernando Camargo Triana. Urban transport equipment network for SITP. A different approach to urban development in Bogota
  4. J.A. Duffhues, M. Nefs and M. Van Der Vliet. Can ‘serious gaming’ lead to better transit oriented development?
  5. Tom Froggatt. What are the urban design impacts of the reinstatement of disused railway lines as mass transit routes?
  6. John L Renne. The Pros and Cons of Public Private Partnerships in Delivering Passenger Rail and TODs in America
  7. Monica Coralli and Maria Anita Palumbo. Identity, Citizenship and Mobility in Cotonou (Benin)
  8. Eloïse Libourel. High speed rail reshaping urban areas: Valencia Parque Central
  9. Zheng Liang. Rethinking Design Competitions to Promote Urban Development- A Comparative Analysis
  10. Diana García and Marcelo Sánchez. Exploring sustainable development through future mobility scenarios: The case of  Queretaro in Central Mexico
  11. Marcelo Sánchez and Diana García. Randstad 2040: Exploration of future urban models and their impact on mobility
  12. Thomas Leysens. Networks reconfiguration and urban renewal. The issues of disused railway areas.

Session A: Urban models, urban utopias and the city of tomorrow

  1. Mohammad .Mehdi Maeiyat and Fabrizio I. Apollonio. Branded Euralille
  2. Adrien Gey. Mobility in the “nature city” project, micro and poetical transports in green utopia: the “Grand Paris” case
  3. Steve Melia and Simon Moody. Carfree TODs and Shared Space – Visions for the Cities of the Future?
  4. Jean-Louis Maupu and Vaclav Stransky. The Hollow City : urban utopia or model for sustainable urban form ?
  5. Rob Konings and Kees Maat. Implications of transit-oriented urban development for urban freight transport
  6. Pierre Frankhauser, Cécile Tannier, Hélène Houot and Gilles Vuidel  A new concept for managing urban sprawl based on a fractal approach and link with public transport

More information / registration

www.lvmt.fr/buftod2012

Contact : buftod2012@gmail.com

Inscription fees

  • Participant (speakers and  non speakers)
    • 2 days : 400,00 €
    •  1 day : 300,00 €
  • PhD Student (speakers and non speakers)
    • 2 days : 300,00 €
    • 1 day :  300,00 €

Lieux

  • 9 bis boulevard Copernic (ENPC)
    Champs-sur-Marne, France

Dates

  • lundi 16 avril 2012
  • mardi 17 avril 2012

Mots-clés

  • TOD, transport, urbanism

Contacts

  • Alain l'Hostis
    courriel : buftod2012 [at] gmail [dot] com

Source de l'information

  • Alain l'Hostis
    courriel : buftod2012 [at] gmail [dot] com

Pour citer cette annonce

« Building the urban future and Transit Oriented Development », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 22 février 2012, http://calenda.org/206963