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Development on the Urban Management Pollcy by the Types of Subway Station Areas: the Case of Seoul, Korea (역세권 유형별 특성에 의한 서울시 도시개발관리 방향 연구 : 서울시 지하철 역세권을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Ok-Yeon;Lee, Joo-Hyung
    • LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs
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    • v.2 no.4
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    • pp.539-552
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    • 2011
  • This research thesis measured potential housing development of 250 'subway station areas' around Seoul Metropolitain Region, with the use of added weighting and data of each indicator based on AHP. The analysis was conducted on the ranking of the development of 'subway station areas' on the basis of measurement results of potential housing development along with the analysis on characteristics of 'subway station areas' in daily life zone. Cluster analysis-oriented analytic measurement results suggested that 'subway station areas' in Seoul Metropolitain Region can be grouped into five clusters: Cluster 1 and Cluster 2 were populated with 'reservation areas' for outside and inside urban development, respectively scoring low all in housing development pressure and capacity. Cluster 3 was populated with 'development maintenance areas', scoring low in housing development pressure but high all in housing development capacity. Cluster 4 was populated with 'development facilitation areas', scored high all in housing development pressure and capacity. Cluster 5 was populated with 'development control areas' scoring high in housing development pressure but low in housing development capacity.

Geo-spatial Analysis of the Seoul Subway Station Areas Using the Haversine Distance and the Azimuth Angle Formulas (다트판형 공간분할 기법을 이용한 서울지역 지하철 역세권 분석)

  • Cho, Jae Hee;Baik, Eui Young
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.139-150
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    • 2018
  • This paper investigated the human distribution in subway station areas in Seoul, using geotweets and subway ridership data. Eight stations were selected from the districts of Gangnam and Gangbuk. Geotweets located within a 600-meter radius of the central coordinates of each station were extracted, and distances between the center of station and each tweet location were calculated. Donut-shaped dimension and pie-shaped dimension were generated, using the Haversine distance formula and the Azimuth angle formula respectively. By combining the two dimensions, Dartboard-shaped space division is created. Popular places within the subway station areas identified from this research are almost the same as the current well-known popular places, and this is an important case showing that people send tweets from various places where they engage in daily activities. We expect this study can be a methodological guideline for social scientists who use spatio-temporal or GPS data for their research.

A study on Land use Survey and Monitoring Forcused on the Subway Station Areas in Taejeon (도시철도 역세권의 공간이용 모니터링을 위한 기초연구)

  • Cho, Byung-Ho;Choi, Bong-Moon
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.457-465
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    • 2011
  • This research, which was started with a need for constant monitoring to find out urban societies and spacial effects by urban railway after the opening, was intended to empirically explore urban and social changes by the opening of Daejeon City metro line 1st which would greatly affect the spacial structure of the city. For this goal, we expected the effect of urban subway on the city with academic consideration and precedent study. Monitoring results of the subway station areas of Daejeon City metro line 1st showed the opening of urban railway had an influence on the flow of urban plan and urban space structure through population, land use, total-developing areas, and land price change. In other words, as urban railway opens the number of population and population activities centered on the subway station areas, and these movements led to the expansion of the commercial areas. Finally, they caused the average land prices to rise. Likewise, urban monitering is significantly useful comprehending the generally time-periodic changes of cities and even conceiving the present cities.

A Study on Categorizing Subway Station Areas in Seoul by Rail Use Pattern (서울시 역세권의 유형화에 관한 연구 (요일별 시간대별 지하철 이용인구를 중심으로))

  • Sung, Hyun-Gon;Kim, Tae-Hyun
    • Journal of Korean Society of Transportation
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    • v.23 no.8
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    • pp.19-29
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    • 2005
  • The purpose of this study is to categorize subway station areas in Seoul by rail use characteristic. Most studies have categorized rail-oriented areas, based on land use patterns or/and urban spatial structure in Korea as well as the United States. However, the land use pattern of a subway station area tends to form by the real use of subway users since the latter plays an important role in forming the former. Therefore, the study is expected to contribute to the planning and policy of subway station areas in Seoul by analyzing characteristics of rail use. To achieve the purpose, the study uses a factor analysis for rail use, in terms of time of the day and day of the week. and then conducted a multidimensional scaling method to identify a relation of the real pattern to land use pattern. The results find that the Seoul subway station areas are categorized into residential, commercial and recreational, and office-centered ones. Furthermore, unlike the results of previous studies, the study identifies that many station areas have the mixed characteristics of economic activities. That is, they form more than a centered function such as residential and commercial, residential and office, commercial and office, residential, commercial and office. In addition, the study identifies that there is a close connection between rail use and land one. In short, identification of these mixed characteristics for subway station areas is expected to contribute to developing the planning and development method of TOD in Korea.

A Study on the Classification of the Spatial Characteristics by TOD Planning Elements of Subway Station Areas in Seoul (서울시 지하철 역세권의 TOD 계획요소별 공간적 특성 분류)

  • Choi, Hyoung-Sun;Kim, Tae-Ho;Lee, Joo-Hyung
    • Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.1-15
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    • 2013
  • It is important to empirically investigate the typological characteristics of subway station areas considering the comprehensive elements of transit-oriented development (TOD) planning so that its implementation can be effective in attaining both increase in transit ridership and decrease in inordinate automobile dependence. This article aims to identify diverse features of subway station areas in Seoul known for good public transit system. After collecting and manipulating the measures on planning elements such as density, diversity and accessibility for TOD planning by distance-based buffer from a subway station, the article tried to interpret analysis results on their typological characteristics. They can be summarized with two conclusions. First, characteristics of landuse and public transit system can be distinctly differentiated in the Seoul subway station areas. It implies that both planning elements should have not been integrated for now. Second, the characteristics of public transit system can be divided by modes. They provide us that public transit system in Seoul needs to be more strongly integrated than current system.

The Influence of Changdong and Sanggye New Economic Center Project to Surrounding Urban Space - Focusing on the Commercial Streets Surrounding Nowon and Changdong Subway Stations - (창동, 상계 신경제중심지 프로젝트가 주변 도시공간의 보행통행량에 미치는 영향 - 상업가로 보행통행량을 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Taegyu;Choi, Jaepil
    • Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design
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    • v.33 no.6
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    • pp.23-30
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this research was to figure out the influence of Changdong and Sanggye New Economic Center Project to its surrounding area by comparing results of spatial analysis through Space Syntax. To elaborate and predict the influences, researchers compared the results of Space Syntax analysis on pedestrian axial maps of Changdong and Sanggye region. The axial map results from before and after the project were analyzed. Represented changes of pedestrian volume were focused on integration(5) values. As a result, the changes of integration(5) values on main commercial streets of Nowon and Changdong subway station areas were analyzed to estimate the new economic center project.

A Spatial Analysis Based on the Amendments in Seoul's 2030 Youth Housing Policy Using Propositional Logic (명제논리 기반 서울시 역세권 2030청년주택 운영기준의 개정효과 분석)

  • Kim, Seong-Hun;Cho, Hyeon-Jun;Choei, Nae-Young;Han, Dae-Jeong;Bak, Min-Ho
    • Journal of Cadastre & Land InformatiX
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    • v.49 no.1
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    • pp.157-179
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    • 2019
  • The Seoul's 2030 Youth-Housing has been regarded as the only option to procure rental housing sites in downtown Seoul. But its supply did not catch up with the initial expectation, and the criticism that it may disrupt the current zoning system of the city has persisted. Consequently, the 2030 Youth-Housing policy has undergone amendments for six times within the last three years, and the significant changes in its guideline also have been made within the last one year. The study, in this context, tries to figure out the tendencies of those changes made in the guidelines so far by analyzing the aspects of the parcels allowable for Youth-Housing as well as the areas allowable for up-zoning. In the process, the propositional logic is to be adopted to draw the scope of the buildable areas for Youth-Housing. For this, the study refines the raw GIS data, inputs the values for each proposition, and proceeds the logical operation to judge every parcel of the city to discern whether it is eligible for a buildable site and/or for up-zoning for Youth-Housing. It is seen that: 1) the buildable sites rather evenly distribute around the peripheral subway-station areas while more concentrating on the quasi-residential and commercial areas; and 2) the areas eligible for up-zoning have the tendency to concentrate more on quasi-residential areas than others.