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Title: Public-private partnerships for transit-oriented development: A case study on the potential of Hobart, Australia
Authors: Dr. WONG Yat-Lung, Philip 
Leung, Derek 
Lai, Joseph 
Issue Date: 2022
Source: IOP conference series : earth and environmental science, 2022, v. 1101, no. 5, 052016.
Journal: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 
Abstract: Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) has been popular for urban development, especially for cities with transport network expansion. While TOD has been proved effective in facilitating mass transportation and making optimal use of property development, it is hardly a one-stop development strategy for solving issues such as traffic congestion. In this study, the city of Hobart is investigated with reference to the TOD metrics and experiences of public-private partnership (PPP). Hobart authorities have attempted to provide better living and working conditions while facing the problems of economic development and traffic congestion. The TOD metrics are proposed for application at different stages: (1) Travel Behaviour, (2) The Local Economy, (3) The Natural Environment, (4) The Built Environment, (5) The Social Environment, and (6) The Policy Context. Based on a literature review, a set of PPP metrics is proposed for the Hobart's potential TOD framework. Drawn from on-site observations, key transport issues of Hobart are examined with the application of the PPP and TOD metrics. The results of this study could serve as a reference for regional cities in formulating their TOD strategies via PPP.
Description: Open access
Type: Conference Paper
ISSN: 1755-1315
DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/1101/5/052016
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