Modeling the relationship between population and land development under changing land use policies
This paper discusses a model developed to assess the effects of land-use changes on traffic congestion and air quality. The inputs are characteristics of development and the outputs are time in traffic per capita, and tons of carbon monoxide from vehicles. As previously developed urban dynamics models have done, the model includes a relationship between the output variables and the attractiveness of the area as a place to live. Particular attention is paid in this paper to challenges associated with modeling the relationship between population and land development in urban areas where alternative land-uses are being contemplated. The evolution of an approach to overcoming the challenges is presented.
Air – Pollution – Control; Air quality management; City planning; Land use; Land use – Planning; Sustainable urban development; Traffic congestion; Urban transportation policy
Environmental Policy | Place and Environment | Policy Design, Analysis, and Evaluation | Transportation | Urban Studies | Urban Studies and Planning
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Stave, K. A.
Modeling the relationship between population and land development under changing land use policies.
23rd International Conference of the System Dynamics Society
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