The impacts of urban mass rapid transit lines on the density and mobility of high-income households: A case study of Singapore

Volume: 51, Pages: 70 - 80
Published: Oct 1, 2016
Abstract
Urban rail transit could affect urban development in multiple aspects. Using Singapore as an example, we investigate the impact of planners’ and developers’ decisions on the density distribution of high-income households in areas around Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) stations and how these households respond to better access to urban rail transit systems. We find that the maximum density permitted by the master plan is only marginally correlated with...
Paper Details
Title
The impacts of urban mass rapid transit lines on the density and mobility of high-income households: A case study of Singapore
Published Date
Oct 1, 2016
Volume
51
Pages
70 - 80
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