THE URBAN’S PERCEPTION INVESTIGATED BY MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION THROUGH URBAN RAIL (TRAM) PROJECT
AbstractUrban life quality was committed to public infrastructure directly. The public transport promotion is to be accessible throughout the area and the public transport network itself needs to be well connected. Therefore, the contribution of this paper illustrated the change of accessibility performance of future transit network investment. This research presented the urban cognition which measured by accessibility index, the integration rail urban motilities’ system thought out 2036 A.D. The principal interpreted a multimodal transport investigation of urban perceptions (walkability, bus network, Tram network). 1. The changes of accessibility were observed in various aspects as the population reach to different transit network with 2 cases or urban phenomenon presented, 2. Comparison of accessibility and multimodal transportations were classified by three subject building uses, mixed-use, commercial use, and public facility. The results simplified urban's perceived mechanic which supported non – driven virtualization. The urban rail infrastructure was essential for understanding the relationship between urban perception and public infrastructure leading to policy productivity. This model represented the urban perception model based on the light rail transportation investment plan to understand and develop a more efficient approach to city-level cooperation in both the public and private sectors.
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