The role of the local in improving cohesion and spatial justice

Thumbnail Image
Date
2019
Editors
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Publisher
AESOP
Abstract
Joint development is a collaboration construction between a transit agency and real estate operated by government and private individuals. Mostly focused on transit-oriented development (TOD)which ensures dense, walkable, mixed-use development near transit and at the same time improve the transit system. With China's national policy on prioritizing the public transit development, now is the critical time to achieve a sustainable urban form through implementation of Transit Oriented Development (TOD). Higher residential densities in the vicinity of transit station will make residents more likely to use public transit and support local economic activities. Based on the TOD principle of designing high-quality mixed-use areas that are pedestrian friendly, it facilitates socioeconomic and cultural diversity. A case in Jinqiao Community, Pudong New District, Shanghai, was chosen to better illustrate the win-win cooperation based on the involvement of social group in the TOD transformation case analysis. The proposal greatly contrasts with existing developments and try to integrate land use with transit and to include the public groups' ideas in the transit-oriented concept. The proposal greatly contrasts with existing developments in the way to develop transit-driven land and how the public groups' ideas are included in the transit-oriented concept. The public group encourages selforganization and promotes place-branding. Meanwhile, this third-party concerns about public participation, continues to play the role of public spaces in promoting a diverse, equal and democratic urban cultures.
Description
Keywords
Joint development, Self-organization and place-branding, public participation, social group
License
Citation