GIS Integrated System for Urban Transport and Development Planning
Growth of population and economic activities in metropolitan areas causes serious issues such as heavy congestion of transport, urban sprawl, and so on. Again with a background of more concern for environmental problems, these urban issues should be discussed not only from the point of economic efficiency, but also from the point of sustainability of a society, or quality of life. Therefore, urban planners or engineers are strongly required to present a set of effective policy options for solving the above problems, under more complex criteria and constraints than ever experienced before.
KeywordsGeographical Information System Market Equilibrium Land Market Urban Transport Stochastic User Equilibrium
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