Urban infrastructure impact assessment of road infrastructure in urban environments
This project aims at highlighting the effects of infrastructure projects in urban situations with hindsight to the goals related to environmental, socioeconomic and cultural historical goals using spatial analysis.
The overall goal is to contribute to an improved integration between infrastructure and city realm in infrastructure projects developed by the Swedish Transport Authority, Trafikverket. It builds on the ILKA (Integrerad landskapskaraktärsanalys) method, currently used by the Swedish Transport Authority. ILKA focuses mainly on the inventory of the current landscape on a regional scale and in this project, we will widen the scope to also address urban landscapes and by including besides the ecological descriptions, also socio-economic and cultural-historical analysis that currently are less emphasized.
A common method can contribute to improving the ability of the Swedish Transport Authority to develop sustainable projects in urban areas and to create a unified work procedure in the organization.
- Calluna AB (Private, Sweden)
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Associate Professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Urban Design and Planning, Spatial Morphology Research Group
Meta Berghauser Pont is associate professor in Urban Design and Planning and leads, together with Lars Marcus, the Spatial Morphology Group (SmoG). Her research focus is Urban Morphology specializing...
Professor Urban Design and Planning, Vice Head of Department Research, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Urban Design and Planning, Spatial Morphology Research Group
Lars Marcus is an architect and professor in Urban Design and leads the research group Spatial Morphology Group (SMoG). His research concerns how spatial form, as defined by architecture and urban...
Associate professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Urban Design and Planning, Spatial Morphology Research Group
Gianna Stavroulaki (dr) is a researcher in Architecture and a member of the Spatial Morphology Group (SMoG) since November 2015. She uses advanced spatial analysis applied to modeling the shaping of...
- Swedish Transport Administration (Public, Sweden)