AccueilHigh-speed rail and the city: urban dynamics and tourism

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Publié le mercredi 03 décembre 2014 par João Fernandes

Résumé

The conference is made up of two topics: HSR-induced dynamics around stations; tourist dynamics in HSR cities; wednesday in the late afternoon a joined conference will be organized with the urban pedestrian mobility group of the LabEX with Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris (UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs) around the topic “High speed and low speed in the city”

Annonce

Draft program

WEDNESDAY 21st January 2015 MORNING

08:30 09:00 Registration

09:00 09:30 Opening and welcome address

Marie Delaplace (Organising Committee), Frédéric de Coninck (Director of the Labex “Urban Futures”)

09:30 11:00 Keynote speakers

  • Kenneth Button, George Mason University, USA
  • Yves Crozet, Sciences Po Lyon, LET, France
  • Roger Vickerman, University of Kent, GB

11:00 11:30 COFFEE BREAK

11:30 12:30 Roundtable with keynote and professionals (to be defined)

Chair : José Maria Urena, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Department of Civil Engineering

12:30 14:00 LUNCH (ENPC’s Polyvalent room)

WEDNESDAY 21st January 2015 AFTERNOON

Session 1 HSR and urban dynamism

Chair, 

14:00 15:30 

  • Impacts of High-speed train stations on urban development: an empirical study of 22 cities along Beijing-Shanghai High-speed line, Wang Lan and Liu Gang, Department of Urban Planning, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University
  • Warping space: High-speed rail and return to scale in local labor market, Heuermann Daniel F., University of Regensburg
  • The impacts of HSR on the capabilities for interaction and competition between cities of rural regions: evidences from Castilla-la Mancha (Spain), Mohíno Inmaculada, Ureña José Maria, Martínez Héctor and Solís Eloy, University of Castilla-La Mancha. Department of Civil Engineering  

Session 2 Tourism in specific destination

Chair 

15:30 17:00

  • High-speed rail services in a consolidated coastal mature destination: an overview of effects and new synergies in Costa Daurada (Spain), Anton Clavé Salvador and Gutierrez Aaron, Rovira i Virgili University – Department of Geography Research Group on Territorial Analysis and Tourism Studies (GRATET) 
  • High Speed Rail Service and Theme Park: the case of Futuroscope and Disneyland Paris, Delaplace Marie, University Paris-Est Marne-La-Vallée, IFU Lab'Urba, La Pietra Andrea, Pagliara Francesca, University of Federico II, Naples, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering 
  • HSR passengers profile in “sun and beach” tourism destinies: the case of Alicante (Spain), Ortuño Padilla Armando, Bautista Rodríguez David, Fernández Aracil Patricia, Fernández Morote Graciela, Sánchez Galiano Juan Carlos, Building and Urbanism Department, University of Alicante 

17:00 17:30 COFFEE BREAK 

17:30 18:30 Conference by A. Loukaitou-Sideris on the articulation between high-speed and low-speed mobility (with urban pedestrian mobility Group of the LabEX) 

20 :00 23 :00 GALA DINNER 

Thursday 22nd January 2015

Session 3 HSR projects: ex-ante assessment and ex-post impacts

Chair

08:30 10:30

  • Economic-social benefices and changes of image of the first intermediate city with high speed railway of Spain. Ciudad Real., Rodríguez Domenech María de los Ángeles, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Departamento de Geografía y O.T. Facultad de Educación
  • High speed rail and urban dynamics: wider or targeted economic effects?, Crozet Yves, University of Lyon, Laboratory of Transport Economics (LET)
  • Evaluating high speed rail projects in the USA: train stations, surface transportation networks, and intermodality in California, Albalate Daniel, Universitat de Barcelona, GiM-IREA, Bel Germà, Universitat de Barcelona, GiM-IREA, Princeton University (WWS) and Zhong Chuyuan, AECOM. Washington DC
  • High speed rail for freight: potential use and impacts on urban dynamics, Strale Mathieu, ULB- IGEAT

10:30-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

Session 4 HSR and tourism: a matter of accessibility?

Chair 

11:00-12:30

  • Evaluating HSR access on tourism: evidence from Spanish provinces and cities, Albalate Daniel, Universitat de Barcelona, GiM-IREA
  • HSR network utility for weekend tourism journeys, Moyano Amparo, Coronado José María, Garmendia, Maddi, Department of Civil Engineering and City and Regional Planning, University of Castilla-La Mancha
  • High-speed trains and air transport: competition/integration and their effects for the city tourist market, Crozet Yves, Laboratory of Transport Economics (LET), University of Lyon, Postorino Maria Nadia, Department of Civil, Energy, Environment and Materials Engineering (DICEAM), Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria

12:30-14:00 LUNCH (ENPC’s Polyvalent room)

Session 5 HSR and Tourism: What can we learn from the past?

Chair

14:00-16:00

  • HSR and tourism: evaluation, challenges, opportunities and limits. What can California learn from France and Japan?, Chèze Cécile, Laboratory of Transport Economics (LET), University of Lyon, Eidlin Eric, US Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Laurent Guihéry Laboratory of Transport Economics (LET), University of Lyon , Imahashic Ryu, Institute for Transport Policy Studies, Tokyo
  • New cartography of spatial shrinkage by HSR development in Iran and the perspective of touristic mobility, Kheyroddin Reza and Mirzakhani Arman, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, IUST (Iran University of Science and Technology), Tehran
  • HSR and tourist implications: can the Spanish model be extrapolated to California?, Guirao Begoña and Campa Juan Luis, Departamento de Ingeniería Civil: Transportes, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  • The impact of high speed rail on tourism development: a case study of Japan, Kurihara Takeshi, WU Lingling, Institute for Transport Policy Studies, Tokyo

16:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK

Session 6 HSR and planning development

Chair 

16:30-18:30

  • The territorial integration process of the Bretagne-Pays de la Loire High speed line (BPL HSL):an analysis through urban projects in Rennes, Baudelle Guy and Nègre Romaric, Laboratory of Space and Societies (ESO Rennes), University Rennes 2
  • The integration of High-speed rail station into urban planning strategies, Facchinetti-Mannone Valérie, ThéMA, Département de géographie , Université de Bourgogne
  • Planning change under the pressure of new high speed railway stations at the margin of European network, Moccia Francesco Domenico, Department of Architecture, Federico II University, Naples
  • Characteristics of High-speed rail networks and valorisation policies in cities about 1 hour from metropolises: the cases of Madrid and Paris, Mohino Inmaculada, University of Castilla La Mancha, Delaplace Marie, University of Paris-East Marne, Lab’Urba and Ureña, José Maria de, University of Castilla La Mancha 

FRIDAY 23rd January 2015

Session 7 HSR and real estate dynamics around stations

Chair

08:30-10:30

  • High-speed rail and the shrinking city: the HST station as an all-risks insurance for urban (re)development under constraints., Delage Aurélie, Université de Perpignan - Art-Dev
  • Urban dynamics of the Chinese high speed rail: impact assessment on real estate price, Chen Zhenhua and Kingsley E. Haynes, George Mason University
  • HSR in Valladolid and Zaragoza. When a rail project turns into an ambitious local urban development project, Bellet Carmen, University of Lleida and Santos Luis , University of Valladolid
  • High-speed rail, office and corporate real estate programs and firm attractiveness: a mirage? The case of the « Clairmarais » business district of Rheims, Bazin Sylvie and Beckerich Christophe, Université de Reims Champagne‐Ardenne, Laboratoire Regards, Delaplace Marie, University of Paris-East Marne, Lab’Urba

10:30- 11:00 COFFEE BREAK

Session 8 HSR: What about different contexts?

Chair

11:00-12:30

  • HSR Hubs in European middle-sized cities: the case of twelve cities partners of URBACT Enter Hub network", Terrin Jean-Jacques, ENSA Versailles, Lab’Urba, Paris Est
  • Peripheral HSR stations and urban planning strategies: the Spanish case, Bellet Carmen, University of Lleida
  • Work-related relationships of high-skilled professionals residing in rural regions highly influenced by metropolitan processes: radial versus tangential mobility patterns and the impact of HSR., Mohíno Inmaculada, Ureña José Maria, Solís Eloy and Martínez Héctor, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Department of Civil Engineering

12:30-14:00 LUNCH (ENPC’s Polyvalent room)

Session 9 HSR, accessibility and mobility

Chair

14:00-16:00

  • HSR stations intermodality using journey planning applications, Garmendia Maddi, Department of Civil Engineering and City & Regional Planning, University of Castilla la Mancha, Peñalba Miriam and Arana Pilar, Applied Physics Department, University of the Basque Country
  • Contact potential measures for analysing future intercity links made possible by the planned Tours–Bordeaux High-speed rail line, L'Hostis Alain, Université Paris-Est, LVMT, Ifsttar
  • Trains, Commuting, and Regional Hires: Infrastructure and the Matching Function, Haller Peter, Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Heuermann Daniel F., University of Regensburg
  • High-speed rail stations as places to work: the case study of Naples, Pagliara Francesca, University of Federico II, Naples, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, Delaplace Marie, University of Paris-East Marne, Lab’Urba, Cavuoto Riccardo, University of Federico II, Naples, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Closing ceremony

Lieux

  • AMPHI PICARD ENPC - Cité Descartes
    Champs-sur-Marne, France (77)

Dates

  • mercredi 21 janvier 2015
  • vendredi 23 janvier 2015

Mots-clés

  • high speed, rail, city, tourism

Contacts

  • Marie Delaplace
    courriel : marie [dot] delaplace [at] u-pem [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Marie Delaplace
    courriel : marie [dot] delaplace [at] u-pem [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« High-speed rail and the city: urban dynamics and tourism », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 03 décembre 2014, http://calenda.org/308386