Study of Commercial Business Men and Employers' Recognition on the Existence Effect of the Roadside Trees

Kim Bum-Soo;Oh Jeong-Soo

  • Published : 2005.12.01


This study is carried out for obtaining the basic materials for presentation of creation and desirable management of urban roadside trees through analyse the existence effect of trees on people who operate th commercial areas along the streets. Roadside tree and green areas are recognized comfort space in addition to simple planting area. Therefore various trees and flowering plants should be introduced in addition to roadside facilities for convenience. Planted roadside trees should be maintained. We will propose an method that residents plant and manage the trees and flowering plants on the two lane of one way road. However main lines more than four lane of one way have more public property beside the residents space. Therefore these should be maintained mainly by related government agencies.


Consciousness of planting;Commercial zone;Green space;Street trees


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