A Dynamic Model to Appraise Strategic Land-Use and Transport Policies
This paper presents a framework for an ex ante appraisal of urban land use and transport
strategies. At the core of this framework is a dynamic land use and transport interaction
model. Objective functions and an optimisation routine are used to assess the effects of
complex strategies formed by policy instrument combinations with different policy levels
possible. The main objective of the underlying study is to promote sustainable policies.
Therefore the proposed framework considers either explicitly or implicitly all five domains of
the STELLA focus group 4 (environment, safety, health, land use and congestion).
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