Analysis of the Relationship between Transit Traffic and Spatial Development of Metropolitan Fringe ——A Case Study of Yongning Street, Pukou District, Nanjing

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With the rapid development of urbanization, the relationship between transit traffic and its spatial development in metropolitan fringe has gradually changed, and the contradiction between transit traffic and metropolitan fringe has become increasingly prominent. This paper studies the relationship between transit traffic and the spatial development of metropolitan fringe, and analyses the impact of transit traffic on it, including: (1)Providing location advantages and attracting industries to settle in; (2)Cutting the texture of space, hindering the connection between the fringe area and the city center; (3)Causing all kinds of pollution and increase the area of protective land; (4) Interrupting the internal traffic of the city and bringing potential safety hazards; (5)Limit the development boundary of big cities and reduce the choice of development direction. Based on the above analysis, the author puts forward corresponding planning countermeasures, including: (1)Making use of good location advantages to carry out industrial transformation; (2)Improving the internal traffic of big cities and increasing internal links; (3)Compound utilization of protective green space; (4)By controlling the intersection, the internal and external traffic can be separated effectively; (5)Optimizing the development model of large cities and realizing the stock development. Finally, the author makes a further analysis of the above problems and puts forward more targeted strategies based on the actual planning case of Yongning Street: (1)Take advantage of the location advantages of Yongning Street to guide its industry transformation from primary industry to secondary and tertiary industry, with the tertiary industry as the main industry; (2)Improving the traffic network and strengthening the north-south traffic links of Yongning Street; (3) Arranging multiple functions in combination with protective green space, build social parking and some municipal facilities in the 50m wide protective green belt on both sides of the expressway; (4) Distinguishing internal and external traffic, the peripheral traffic is mainly freight traffic, the rest is life road; (5)Assess the potential of the current land use, which can be divided into five types: protected land, reserved land, transformable land, functional replacement land and direct utilization land. (6)Differentiating the section of freight road from life road, to improve the traffic efficiency of Yongning Street.
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ISO296
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Tongji university, College of architecture and urban planning

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