The paper analyzes an existing Land Use Transport Integration (LUTI) model in terms of its capacity to generate sustainable mobility behaviours in an urban area promoting the use of the public transport. The cited LUTI assumes the residual capacity of the mass transit system as a key element to indicate location and intensity of new residential and activities developments. It appears as a tool for the adoption of integrated transport-land use policies, especially for the short term planning. A systematic and accurate analysis of this LUTI is reported considering a real case of study (the city of Rome, Italy): five scenarios with different characteristics both in terms of supply network and travel demand have been considered. Finally, suggestions are reported to overcome some weaknesses that can arise in practical applications of the LUTI.
Brandi, A., Gori, S., Nigro, M., & Petrelli, M. (2015). Activities relocation for a sustainable mobility system. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PROCEDIA, 5, 4-12.
|Titolo:||Activities relocation for a sustainable mobility system|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Citazione:||Brandi, A., Gori, S., Nigro, M., & Petrelli, M. (2015). Activities relocation for a sustainable mobility system. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PROCEDIA, 5, 4-12.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|