System Approach for Strategic Planning in Transport

B Gaál, B Horváth



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14513/actatechjaur.v10.n1.410

Abstract


The paper gives an overview on the current status of the connection between city and transport. After a short theoretical introduction on the effect of different city development strategies it shows the importance of transport in the life of a settlement. Through international best practice, there are some good examples on the holistic planning of a city.

Keywords


transport system planning; urban planning; mobility management

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