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Michael Hebbert (BARTLETT UCL) at TU Delft: CROSSRAIL, the tunnel join London East and West

Michael Hebbert (BARTLETT UCL) at TU Delft: CROSSRAIL, the tunnel join London East and West

TUDelft Spatial Planning & Strategy Seminar January 28th 12.30-1.30 Bouwkunde, Julianalaan 134, Delft, ROOM 01 WEST 060 Professor Michael Hebbert (Professor of Town Planning, Bartlett UCL, Editor Planning Perspectives) Crossrail – the tunnel joining London East and West   London Crossrail, scheduled for completion in 2018, is currently Europe’s largest construction project. In scale and...
Urbanisation, infrastructure development and public transport use: Dena Kasraian on long term interaction.

Urbanisation, infrastructure development and public transport use: Dena Kasraian on long term interaction.

During the 10th SP&S seminar Dena Kasraian presented the state of the art of her ongoing PhD research: a long-term analysis of interaction between urbanisation, infrastructure development and public transport use in the Randstad. Her research is structured in a range of time slots (the longest reaches over the past 150 years) within which she...
Assessing the performance of spatial representations of TOD concepts by Verena Balz

Assessing the performance of spatial representations of TOD concepts by Verena Balz

On the fourth SP&S seminar Verena Balz presented her research as part of the NWO-funded project Implementing Transit Oriented Development (iTOD). This project is being carried out by TU Delft (department of urbanism & OTB) in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam and Radboud University, Nijmegen. As part of the work package ‘Understanding the processes...
Survey for Planning Practitioners

Survey for Planning Practitioners

SURVEY FOR PLANNING PRACTITIONERS. A team at TU Delft’s OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment is currently working on a research project entitled Implementing Transit-Oriented Development (iTOD). The project is funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research. It focuses on achieving the integration of urban development and transport nodes – often referred to as...
Dorina Pojani guest speaker at 1st Conference on Urban Mobility and Management in Albania

Dorina Pojani guest speaker at 1st Conference on Urban Mobility and Management in Albania

On October 5-6, Dorina Pojani was a guest speaker at the 1st Conference on Urban Mobility Management in Albania. She discussed current traffic problems in the city of Tirana, and described the experience of Dutch cities with bike planning and car traffic management. She also presented a poster, which was conceived as a test on sustainable transport...

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