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Revision Directions of Street Network Planning Guideline within Urban Management Planning in Korea
Lee, Jongmin Associate Research Fellow Oh, Sunghoon Senior Research Fellow Lim, Yookyoung Associate Research Fellow Lee, Minkyoung Associate Research Fellow
  • Provisional Research 2017-8
  • 2017.12.22
  • 2Page
  • Hit 1062
Summary Pedestrian-friendly environment is attracting a growing interest as the city and transportation planning policy paradigm has been shifting from mobility of vehicles to accessibility for humans. Such environment is considered an important social asset not only for the public safety and health but also for the competitiveness and sustainability of the municipal community. However, the current city planning policy guide does not reflect these recent trends and thereby needs significant improvement.
For this reason, the present study discusses the current limitations in and the improvement for the current “street network planning guideline” by investigating recent changes in the definition and function of streets through literature review and domestic and foreign cases. The limitations and improvement are discussed from both microscopic and macroscopic perspectives.
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