1 edition of Pedestrian oriented mixed-use found in the catalog.
Pedestrian oriented mixed-use
by Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning and School of Architecture, University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, Hawaii
Written in English
|Contributions||University of Hawaii at Manoa. Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning., University of Hawaii at Manoa. School of Architecture.|
|LC Classifications||HT168.H65 P42 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||82014647|
Given that pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use developments constitute an increasingly popular component of urban redevelopment strategies in the United States, even minor adjustments in the design and use of these environments may have substantial impacts on personal exposure to near-roadway ambient air pollution. 2. Methods Study area and sitesCited by: The Plan Over the past 20 years, a clear community vision has emerged for the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport site. As early as , the CARE plan called for a new town in-town, promoting compact and higher density development, compatible with the surrounding single-family neighborhoods.
Get this from a library! Creating walkable places: compact mixed-use solutions. [Adrienne Schmitz; Jason Scully; Urban Land Institute.] -- Annotation Richly illustrated with colour photographs, site plans, and diagrams, this book explains how to design and develop pedestrian-friendly, mixed . Pedestrian-Oriented Development Needs More Auto Parking Septem , 5am PDT The new development near University of North Carolina Chapel Hill was called the 'Bicycle Apartments.'.
The main hypothesis is that pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use neighborhoods are more likely to encourage social capital than are car-dependent, single-use neighborhoods. METHODS. To examine the relationship between neighborhood design and social capital, a survey was conducted in and around the city of Galway, located in the Republic of by: With the popularity of walkable urban environments on the rise, more developers are turning to mixed-use projects, usually bringing together some combination of office, housing, and shops, sometimes with a hotel or community-serving uses. The mixed-use projects help activate the public realm by weaving in open space, pedestrian and transit connections, or ground-floor retail and dining options.
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promote a sustainable transit-oriented and pedestrian-friendly urban environment. The Highland Mixed-Use Character Zone, which includes the planning area described in this Design Book, is one of the key “anchors” of the corridor and is envisioned as “a vibrant, walkable, mixed-use neighborhood.a regional destination with a.
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Oriented Development (TOD). A TOD is a compact, mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented neighborhood. These neighborhoods are commonly built around a transit stop. In this case, the TOD neighborhood is proposed around an existing bus stop and proposed Bus Rapid Transit Lines (BRT) situated at the intersection of Sierra Avenue and Baseline Road.
Orient buildings and building entrances to the street. Encourage multiple entrances to multi-family residential buildings. The number of entrances in non-residential uses Pedestrian oriented mixed-use book increase in proportion to the length of the building and be located along main corridors or at the street corner.
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This variety of uses allows for people to live, work, play and shop in one place, which then becomes a destination for people from other neighborhoods.
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Cited by: 1. Also known as TOD, it's the creation of compact, walkable, pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use communities centered around high quality train systems. This makes it possible to live a lower-stress life without complete dependence on a car for mobility and survival. Transit oriented development is regional planning, city revitalization.
Overview. Explaining how to design spaces for pedestrians while also accommodating transit needs, this book is an excellent reference for students, public sector planners and officials, and private sector designers and developers seeking to make places more pedestrian- and transit-friendly.
Written by a noted expert on pedestrian design and planning, Pages: MIXED-USE TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICTS. North Central Texas Council of Governments/City of Cedar Hill, TX Public Discussion Draft /Sept /Page 11 desired uses such as residential, and do not allow the intensity or density of development necessary for a successful TOD.
A mixed-use pedestrian-oriented parking structure, includes at least two sequential multi-level parking units; a series of one-directional parking access aisles; angled parking around a central atrium and parallel parking at the outer edge of the parking decks; a liner building surrounding the parking units on at least one side of each parking unit; and a multi-use buffer corridor defining an Cited by: 7.
The Residential Mixed-Use Guidelines provide specific and broad recommendations to create high quality build- ings and site plans that will result in attractive, livable, and pedestrian-friendly mixed-use districts. Pedestrian Oriented Development design comprises the following components: Mixed-UseDevelopment Mixed-use development combines housing, commercial, retail, civic and office uses, placing these key community elements and destinations within close proximity to one another, e.g., a short walk, bike ride or transit stop.
Benefits of mixed-use. Definition It is the intent of the General Plan Framework Element to encourage the establishment of commercial and mixed-use districts that promote pedestrian activity.
Such districts can become community-oriented focal points that are differentiated from the prevailing pattern of development and reduce the use.MIXED-USE MIXED-USE NEIGHBORHOODS ARE THE DENSEST, MOST PEDESTRIAN-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT TYPES.
This land use type will vary in terms of form, scale, character, and the specific mix of uses, depending on location, access considerations and existing development context. Uses may be integrated vertically within buildings, such as residential or office.guidelines is to ensure that mixed-use development is well designed, compatible with adjacent land uses, contributes to the character of the neighborhood and larger community, and creates vibrant, pedestrian oriented places.
Mixed-use developments should be of high .