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Revolutionary approach for sustainable transport

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Frame of Image : Urban Squatter until 1970’s
Cheong Gye Expressway
After the construction of the overpass
Road Building above Cheong gye
CBD : 2002
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Characteristics of CBD
Area Resident Moving Pop. Employment Firms Passenger Vehicle Volume Transit Use 12 sqre km 41 thousand 2.5million 420 thousand
(11.7% of Seoul)
73 thousand
(10.2% of Seoul)
2 million 70%
(Subway & Bus)
Inside the covered Cheong Gye Cheon
2002
Low QoL Low
§ Traffic Congestion, too much through traffic
§ Air pollution, Noise
§ Relatively Low land value
§ Loss of historic legacy
Declining CBD Declining
§ For 10yr: pop. 40,000, emp. 80,000 reduced
§ Headquarters: 63% of Gangnam sub-center
§ old buildings & narrow streets
§ Outdated industries
Ⅱ. Why Restore?
Why restore?
§ Paradigm shift of urban management
development → conservation, auto → people, efficiency → equity
§ Safety problems of elevated expressway & covered roads
§ Needs to restore historic legacy and water env’t
§ Relieving Regional Economic disparity problems in Seoul
III. Restoration Masterplan
1. Outline 1.
Restoration Project in Downtown
Cheonggye-cheon Restoration
Site Location
Sit e Plan Plan
Length = 5.84km
※ Plan of Restoring the Upper Stream and the Lower stream of Cheong Gye Cheon
- Upper stream (Baekwoondongcheon~Junghakcheon) : Restoration planned for long run - Lower stream (Shindab Bridge~Jungrangcheon) : Launching improvement plan in 2003
2. Details of Restoration 2.
1. Process 2. Water Supply Plan 3. River Plan 4. Sewage Improvement 5. Section Pl


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Title Revolutionary approach for sustainable transport
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Hwang, Kee Yeon

Publisher

Sejong, South Korea : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2017-08
Event

2017 Induction Training Program for IAS Officers

Pages 68
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format ppt
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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