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지역균형발전을 도모하는 네트워크형 중추도시생활권 광역교통 거버넌스 체계 개선방향 연구(Policy directions for improvement of metropolitan transportation governance) : Focusing on network-type metropolitan areas

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  • 지역균형발전을 도모하는 네트워크형 중추도시생활권 광역교통 거버넌스 체계 개선방향 연구(Policy directions for improvement of metropolitan transportation governance)
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Title 지역균형발전을 도모하는 네트워크형 중추도시생활권 광역교통 거버넌스 체계 개선방향 연구(Policy directions for improvement of metropolitan transportation governance)
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Focusing on network-type metropolitan areas

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경기:국토연구원

Date 2014-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 국토연:2014-06
ISBN 979-11-85948-33-1
Pages 124
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Government and Law < Governance
Holding 국토연구원

Abstract

This study is to posit a set of policy directions to improve metropolitan transportation governance focusing especially on “network-type metropolitan areas.” The spatial framework for regional development policy in Korea, since 2013, has been altered to “regional livelihood area” approach by which three types of spatial unit are defined ― metropolitan, urban-rural linked, and rural. In a livelihood area in which multiple municipal governments are consisted of, area-wide transportation system should be well-structured and inter-municipal coordination should work in an efficient governance. In such a normative sense, this study analyzed the current status of transportation governance and explored how to improve the existing governance toward a more collaborative and efficient one. In this study, “metropolitan transportation governance” is conceptualized as a mode of transportation planning construction operation in which multiple stake-holders such as neighboring municipal governments, private sector and local residents are autonomously and collaboratively participating. (The rest omitted)