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Typology and Methods of Area Management in Railway Station Areas in Japan
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 Title & Authors
Typology and Methods of Area Management in Railway Station Areas in Japan
Song, Jun-Hwan; Lee, Jung-Hyung;
 
 Abstract
In Japan, various methods of area management based on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) have been issued to deal with the problem of shrinking population and aging society. This study is to identify the trends and characteristics of area management by focusing on 38 cases of local governance on railway station areas in Japan. Typology was created by using 29 indicators based on 4 criteria (spatial utilization, activity, organization, and area characteristic) and the cases were classified into 6 different types of area management:(A. Resource Utilization, B. Station Area Redevelopment, C. Community Development, D. Station Area Revitalization, E. Transportation Function Reinforcement, and F. Design Adjustment) which varies from the characteristics of land use, area potential, and starting point of activities. The comparative analysis for each type of area management specified the methods of organizational operation and space utilization. As a conclusion, the study emphasizes the importance of the role and function of private sectors in the area management and the necessity of legislative actions for enhance the involvement of local communities and organizations for the future application of area management in Korea.
 Keywords
Urban Regeneration;Community Design;Station Influenced Area;Public Private Partnership(PPP);Local Governance;
 Language
Korean
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