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Oil is a blessing for cities that are economically empowered by the petroleum-related industry. Until the peak phase of the business, the oil industry contributes to creating numerous jobs for the population, and the local societies obtain “brain gain” of incoming talents that fulfill the high supply of oil jobs. Evidence indicates that oil cit...

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Automated vehicles in Latin American cities? feasibility of adoption, impacts on urban structure and public policies At present, automated vehicles are being tested in cities of the developed world. Even though, automated driving technology is considered to be still in its infancy, cities are looking into ways to adapt for its adoption and possible...

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In the knowledge economy era, with appearance of smart tools and communication technologies, not only the production process and information industry, but also people’s movement and interaction with urban spaces is altering more rapidly than ever before. Digital mutations in the cities, have created a new different layer beyond the physical conte...

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Last year, the government of Indonesia launched ‘Making Indonesia 4.0’ roadmap to enter the ten biggest world economy by 2030. The roadmap aims to leverage the booming of 4th industrial revolution and the demographic bonus of the country, where small-medium-enterprise and digital infrastructure will be supported. The term smart city then sudden...

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Infrastructure systems, no doubt as the supported system of urban, though usually built in invisible places like underground, supply us energy for everyday activities, maintaining urban function, just like the vessel of human body. Sensing systems, such as cameras, sensors, which are more and more applied in nowadays cities, strongly push the evolu...

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Informal settlements are a problem, as they are unecological, unsafe and lack adequate social and technical infrastructure. Through the absence of planning and architectural expertise, land is densely built-up with no public spaces and proper streets. As a result of continuous urbanization, this problem will keep growing. The UN Special Rapporteur ...

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Supply side structural reform aims to adjust the economic structure, promote industrial restructuring and optimization, to achieve the optimal allocation of resources. Eliminating excess capacity and improving effective supply are two important vehicles for maintaining the medium-high economic development under the new normal economy. At present, t...

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Built environment indicates of street space quality have been carried out in a profound influence on the image of city,human behavior and public health. A street that is considered as a fundamental element in urban studies. Of the 5 elements of the image of a city, i.e. landmarks, paths, nodes, districts and edges, suggested that the paths are th...

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The issue of how modern cities are organized and developed is one of the most pressing nowadays. Indeed, the share of urban population in the world has been already above 54%, whereas by 2050 the percentage tend to be around 66%. Currently about 74% of Russian population lives in cities, and by 2050 this figure should exceed 80% (UN, 2018). At the ...

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Transit Oriented Development (TOD) has been a concept floating around the professional realm in the field of urban planning, urban design, and urbanism for decades now. It has a certain distinct approach in promoting slow traffic mobility for pedestrian and cyclists in areas 700 – 1.000 meter away from the transit facilities, generating ridership...

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In recent years, the acceleration of urbanization leads to the serious hardening of the underlying surface in cities that are located in China and the waterlogging caused by the hardening damages the development of those cities. According to the Chinese Ministry of civil affairs < 2016 National Natural Disaster Situation>, the statistics show that:...

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Metropolitisation impacts regional settlement network and its spatial development. One of the vital challenges for, both researchers and regional planners is the delimitation of the metropolitan (urban) functional areas in order to define the strategic area of planning policies implementation. At the same time, there is a need to conduct more detai...

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Cities have recently witnessed the emergence of connected objected and advanced technologies that are going to have an increasing influence on city planning and design as well as urban studies. Cities are mostly defined by their complexity. Megacities are characterized by millions of daily human flows and activities driven by individual and collect...

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Emerging smart technologies provide new opportunities for planners to tackle urban issues of growing complexity. Examples are drawn from Hong Kong, in which academic researchers work side-by-side with practitioners to improve community environment and the quality of lives. People-centric values, combined with the power of data are the keys.

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Urban design is significant to the creation of high quality urban space, and it shall absorb new concept, technology, and method. The paper introduces the content and process of key elements of urban design in Wuhan. The construction of the key elements is based on the non-quantitative factors such as effective control of the city image and environ...

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As technology is advancing, the places we live in need to be adapted as well. In the modern times, we are bombarded with many gadgets and gizmos that are making life easier and enabling us to do more in less time. How can cities succeed and boom in the long run? They must be able to plan for a smart future using the technological advancements that ...

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Tourism image is significant to construction of scenic areas and enhancement of scenic competitiveness. Many scenic areas are facing some problems such as ignoring own cultural values, tourism activities’ homogenization. It is meaningful to define the tourism image. With the rapid development of the internet and the application of big date techno...

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The article attempts to explore the process of how cyberspace transforming traditional urban public spaces and changing tomorrow’s urban typologies. Graham Stephen, Aharon Kellerman and other scholar emphases the transformed urban space twisted with the inventions of telephones, fax, video -phones and the Internet. Public spaces are crowded with ...

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Inclusive development of a tourism-centric city includes both actors— residents and tourists. Positive experiences of tourists improve the economic well-being of cities by helping small local establishments at a neighbourhood level. These smaller establishments (souvenir shop, local cuisine eateries etc.) are generally located close to main landm...

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The flow of human and material elements is two important components of the interaction of physical entities among cities in the region, which has a profound impact on the development of cities and regions. In the era of "Internet of Things", the flow of goods among cities has become an indispensable factor affecting the regional spatial pattern. Re...

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The city of Varanasi is one of the world’s oldest surviving conurbations being a center of culture and civilization for almost 3000 years. It is a very dense city accommodating more than 2300 inhabitants per square kilometer. Also, it is a major tourist destination attracting more than 6.3 million domestic tourists and one million foreign tourist...

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The toll roads is a generator in the development of the city of Semarang. This is indicated by aspiration from an increase in population, an increase in built-up land, and an increase in economy (GDP). In spatial this can be predicted by remote sensing techniques using land use data extracted from multitemporal Landsat imagery. This study uses cell...

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Urban vulnerability refers to the ability of a city to resist internal and external natural and human factors. With global environmental changes and urbanization continuing at pace, the urban planning and development strategies of cities, especially megacities, are facing comprehensive and unprecedented issues. This paper takes Shanghai, one of the...

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Planning communities share one common agreement that the structure of public e-participation system reflecting citizens’ intentional choice and co-ordination is essential to improve participation effectiveness and degree of empowerment. In fact, various of public e-participation approaches have embedded in the planning process, with a large amoun...

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Recently several ASEAN countries have come up with strategies for low‑carbon emission mobility with decreasing oil import dependency became one of its main objectives. To reach this, the strategies emphasize among others on the importance of removing obstacles to electrification of transport herewith promoting market development of the different ...

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The development of supporting public service facilities is not only an important guarantee for the basic needs of urban residents, but also an important basis for promoting balanced development of the society and improving the livability of the city. In the context of rapid technological development, many facilities have been unable to meet the nee...

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Equity and justice have always been important norms in the field of urban planning. With the gradual deepening of understanding of residential environment, the research context of equity and justice related to location is becoming more and more sophisticated. Recently, varieties of subjects Including Public Health and Geography focus on the inequit...

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Samuel Mockbee once argued that the practice of community planning and design not only requires individual participation in the profession, but also requires active civic engagement. He stressed the importance of a deeper democratic purpose of inclusion in energizing one’s community. Many methods for public participation have been introduced in u...

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Smart Cities depend on strategies and solutions enabled by ICTs involving directly citizens, local governments and communities. Aim of the paper is to understand the particular challenges and potentials of new technologies and its applications in an urban setting while surveying urban innovation units and living labs. The paper uses the concept of ...

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Accelerating urban growth and land use/cover change sets increasing pressure on the natural environment and have become a global concern as these are believed to be responsible for the ecological degradation (biodiversity loss). With the increasing share of population residing in cities and enhanced demand of land resource, particularly in developi...

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