Papers / Communications

According to the Action’s publishing policy approved in the Krakow Meeting, any member interested in preparing a publication or communication using material from the Action have to give notice to the Chair / Core Group indicating the title, the authors and the publication type (journal paper, conference paper, etc.) and the name of the publication or conference.

Find below the existing Action–related communications:


Conference Papers

Bieda, K., Zakowska, L. (2014) Accessibility as a Criterion for Urban Design of Neighbourhood Areas. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Bos, R., Straatemeier, T. (2014) Joint Accessibility Design: Strategic Urban Development Plan Breda 2030. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Coppola P., Pensa S., Masala E., Tabasso M., Papa E. (2014d) Visualising Accessibility: an Interactive Tool and Two Applications to Empirical Case Studies of Urban Development and Public Engagement. Paper accepted and presented at the ETC European Transport Conference 29 September – 1 October 2014, Frankfurt, Germany.

Hoemke M. (2014) Social spatial influences of new transport infrastructure – an accessibility instrument. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Kanninen, V., Kangasoja, J., Mäntysalo R. (2014) Trading between land use and transport planning. Re-conceptualizing PSSs as pidgin language for LUT integration. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Kovač, M. S., Sitar, M., Pergar, P., Polajnar, M. (2014) Accessibility to technical infrastructure as part of land development potential. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

L’Hostis, A. Liu, L. (2014) Contact potential measures for analysing future intercity links made possible by the planned Tours–Bordeaux High-Speed Rail Line. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Larsson, A., Elldér, E. (2014) Providing the Bigger Picture: Implementation of Accessibility Instruments in Planning Practice in Region Västra Götaland. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Larsson, A., te Brömmelstroet, M., Curtis, C., Milakis D. (2014) Understanding usability and usefulness for different types of planning contexts. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Masala, E., Pensa, S., Tabasso, M. (2014) Accessibility to local public transport: the use of visualisation for enhancing the debate. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Mavridou, M., Trova, V., Vassi, A. (2014) Issues and questions on the application of Space Syntax accessibility instruments on the Greek planning and design practice. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Papa, E., Coppola, P., Angiello, G., Carpentieri, G. (2014a) Testing gravity-based accessibility instruments to engage stakeholders into integrated land-use and transport planning practice. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Papa E., Bertolini L. (2014b) Accessibility Impacts of TOD Experiences in European Metropolitan Areas. Paper accepted and presented at the AESOP Annual Congress 2014: From Control to Co-evolution. 9-12 July 2014, Delft, The Netherlands.

Papa, E., Hull, A., Silva, C., te Brömmelstroet, M. (2014c) Bringing Accessibility to Planning Practice: exploring characteristics of European state of the art accessibility instruments. Paper presented at the WSTLUR World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research, June 24-27, 2014, Delft, The Netherlands.

Papa, E., Silva, C., te Brömmelstroet, M., Hull A. (2014e) Exploring characteristics of accessibility instruments for planning practice. World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research, June 24-27, 2014, Delft, The Netherlands.

te Brömmelstroet, M., Silva, C., Bertolini, L. (2010) What can we reach from where? Improving usability of accessibility as planning support across Europe. 57th Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International – NECTAR Session, Denver, Colorado.

Silva, C., Patatas, T., Amante, A. (2014a) Accessibility Instruments in Planning Practice: Practitioners View on the Structural Accessibility Layer (SAL). AESOP Annual Congress – From Control to Co-evolution, Utrecht / Delft, 2014.

Silva, C., te Brömmelstroet, M., Papa, Mikalis, D. (2014b) Usability of Accessibility Instruments – Instrument developers vs. potential users. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Syrman, S., Kanninen, V. (2014) Developing joint understanding of strategic accessibility planning in Finland. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Wulfhorst, G., Buettner, B., Ji, C (2014) The Accessibility Atlas of the Munich metropolitan region as a background for sustainable mobility policies. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Żakowska L., Starowicz W., Bryniarska Z., Puławska S. (2014) Practical implications from GDATI instrument application. Joint Conference COST TU1002 Final Conference / CITTA 7th Annual Conference, Oporto, 23rd – 24th October (forthcoming).

Papers

Papa, E., Hull, A., Silva, C., te Brömmelstroet, M. (2014d) Bringing Accessibility to Planning Practice: exploring characteristics of European state of the art accessibility instruments. Journal of Transport and Land use (submitted).

te Brömmelstroet, M., Pelzer, P., Geertman, S. (2014) ‘Forty years after Lee’s Requiem: are we beyond the seven sins?’, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 3, 381 – 387.

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Accessibility concepts are increasingly acknoledged as fundamental to understand the functioning of cities and urban regions. More information here.