An Analysis System for Integrated Policy Measures Regarding Land-Use, Transport and the Environment in A Metropolis
Growing concern about environment is strongly urging planners and policy makers of a metropolis to more explicitly care the impacts of policy alternatives on various aspects of environment. Since most aspects of urban environment can be regarded as externalities of land-use and transport, it is indispensable to forecast and evaluate changes in environment which seem to occur when proposed policy measures related to land-use and transport, to say nothing of environment, are implemented. In addition, the policy measures should be an integrated set of instruments regarding land-use, transport and environment, because more effectiveness can be expected by integrating such policy measures. In other words, integrated planning and implementation regarding land-use and transport as well as environment is most necessary for metropolises, particular in developing countries where dramatic changes in urban structure are occurring (Miyamoto and Udomsri, 1994).
KeywordsGeneral Equilibrium Policy Measure Locator Group Mode Choice Location Choice
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