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How to organize integrated land-use and transportation planning in city regions- A comparative study of planning in seven Nordic city regionsJomar Lygre LangelandNorconsult

How to organize integrated land-use and transportation planning in city regions A comparative study of planning in seven Nordic city regionsJomar Lygre LangelandNorconsult

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Sum 15 min

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1. The problem / challenge

  • We do not reach our goals
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1. The problem / challenge

  • We do not reach our goals
    • Car traffic is increasing more than we appreciate
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1. The problem / challenge

  • We do not reach our goals
    • Car traffic is increasing more than we appreciate
    • Public transportation system is not sufficiently developed
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1. The problem / challenge

  • We do not reach our goals
    • Car traffic is increasing more than we appreciate
    • Public transportation system is not sufficiently developed
    • Restrictive policy instruments are not included
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1. The problem / challenge

  • We do not reach our goals
    • Car traffic is increasing more than we appreciate
    • Public transportation system is not sufficiently developed
    • Restrictive policy instruments are not included
    • Often a lack of a regional land-use strategy
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1. The problem / challenge

  • We do not reach our goals
    • Car traffic is increasing more than we appreciate
    • Public transportation system is not sufficiently developed
    • Restrictive policy instruments are not included
    • Often a lack of a regional land-use strategy
  • Statement 1: We know which policy instruments we ougth to implement
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1. The problem / challenge

  • We do not reach our goals
    • Car traffic is increasing more than we appreciate
    • Public transportation system is not sufficiently developed
    • Restrictive policy instruments are not included
    • Often a lack of a regional land-use strategy
  • Statement 1: We know which policy instruments we ougth to implement
  • Statement 2: We know less about the institutional obstacles that prevent politicians actually implementing them
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2. Analytical and theoretical approach

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2. Analytical and theoretical approach

  • Research project for the Swedish Road Administration focusing on institutional barriers for coordinated planning
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2. Analytical and theoretical approach

  • Research project for the Swedish Road Administration focusing on institutional barriers for coordinated planning
  • Comparative study of planning initiatives in seven Nordic city regions
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25 km

Malmö

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25 km

Copenhagen

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25 km

Helsinki

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Bergen

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Bergen

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Kristiansand

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2. Analytical and theoretical approach

  • Research project for the Swedish Road Administration focusing on institutional barriers for coordinated planning
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  • Project objective
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2. Analytical and theoretical approach

  • Research project for the Swedish Road Administration focusing on institutional barriers for coordinated planning
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  • Project objective
    • Compare organization-models for integrated planning
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2. Analytical and theoretical approach

  • Research project for the Swedish Road Administration focusing on institutional barriers for coordinated planning
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  • Project objective
    • Compare organization-models for integrated planning
    • Identify success criteria and institutional obstacles
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  • Research project for the Swedish Road Administration focusing on institutional barriers for coordinated planning
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    • Compare organization-models for integrated planning
    • Identify success criteria and institutional obstacles
    • Suggest how to improve institutional framework for integrated planning
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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

Analytical variables

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

Dependant variable:

Regional strategies: Plans, package of policy instruments, mechanisms for coordination, linkage to political bodies, effects and results

Analytical variables

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

Independent variables:

Institutional structureStakeholders decisions and behaviour Local context

Dependant variable:

Regional strategies: Plans, package of policy instruments, mechanisms for coordination, linkage to political bodies, effects and results

Analytical variables

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

Independent variables:

Institutional structureStakeholders decisions and behaviour Local context

Dependant variable:

Regional strategies: Plans, package of policy instruments, mechanisms for coordination, linkage to political bodies, effects and results

Analytical variables

Theory -”glasses”

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

Independent variables:

Institutional structureStakeholders decisions and behaviour Local context

Dependant variable:

Regional strategies: Plans, package of policy instruments, mechanisms for coordination, linkage to political bodies, effects and results

Analytical variables

Theoretical perspectives:

Theory -”glasses”

New institutional perspective: Laws, guidelines, values, routines

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

Independent variables:

Institutional structureStakeholders decisions and behaviour Local context

Dependant variable:

Regional strategies: Plans, package of policy instruments, mechanisms for coordination, linkage to political bodies, effects and results

Analytical variables

Theoretical perspectives:

Theory -”glasses”

New institutional perspective: Laws, guidelines, values, routines

Rational perspective: Target-oriented planning, information, calculation

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Goals for land-use and transportation planning:

Environmentally friendly solutions, socio-economic use of resources, safety, efficient transportation, regional comprehensive strategies

Demand for land & transportation:

Living, working, services, leisure activities, individual transport, public transport, parking

The object we study: Initiatives for coordinated land-use and transportation planning

Planning initiatives as a result of need for coordinated planning:

Federal-, state-, regional-, municipal-, private-, sector-, theme-, area- plans for land-use and transportation

Related areas of politics:

Environmental politicsAgriculture and food politicsCulture politicsEconomics and financial politicsPolitics for local / regional developmentPolitics for trade and industry

Policy instruments:

Land-useTransportation infrastructurePublic transport and maintenanceEconomic instrumentsInformation strategiesInstruments affecting human behaviour

Effects and results:

Indicators for: Economic rationality, efficient city structure, traffic safety, modal split, quality and effective transportation, healthy environment, sustainable development locally and globally

Independent variables:

Institutional structureStakeholders decisions and behaviour Local context

Dependant variable:

Regional strategies: Plans, package of policy instruments, mechanisms for coordination, linkage to political bodies, effects and results

Analytical variables

Theoretical perspectives:

Theory -”glasses”

Negotiation perspective: Resources, alliances, differences

New institutional perspective: Laws, guidelines, values, routines

Rational perspective: Target-oriented planning, information, calculation

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Perspectives on stakeholder behaviour

100 % target-oriented behaviour from the sum of interests

The rational stakeholder

The negotiator

The routine-oriented stakeholder

100% target-oriented behaviour from own interests

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  • Osland and Kråkenes (1998) described the current institutional system for promoting public transportation in Norway as follows:
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  • Osland and Kråkenes (1998) described the current institutional system for promoting public transportation in Norway as follows: “The established organizational structure is suitable if you want a further increase in car usage in metropolitan areas, and if you at the same time find it suitable that nobody clearly can be pointed out as responsible for this development.”
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The chain of implementation of a certain policy instrument

A policy instrument is included in a plan

The plan is adopted by politicians

The policy instrument is financed

The policy instrument is legal and is implemented

Time

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The chain of implementation of a certain policy instrument

A policy instrument is included in a plan

The plan is adopted by politicians

The policy instrument is financed

The policy instrument is legal and is implemented

Time

  • If for a certain policy instrument there is a strong linkage between the different elements in the implementation process: Real politics (walk the talk)
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The chain of implementation of a certain policy instrument

A policy instrument is included in a plan

The plan is adopted by politicians

The policy instrument is financed

The policy instrument is legal and is implemented

Time

  • If for a certain policy instrument there is a weak linkage between the different elements in the implementation process: Symbolic politics (talk the talk)
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  • An ideal organizational model should
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  • An ideal organizational model should
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    • Have the opportunity to define the goals within this functional area
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  • An ideal organizational model should
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    • Have authority over the most important policy instruments for land-use and transportation
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  • An ideal organizational model should
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    • Have responsibility for a socio-economic efficient spending of resources
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    • Have the opportunity to define the goals within this functional area
    • Have authority over the most important policy instruments for land-use and transportation
    • Have responsibility for a socio-economic efficient spending of resources
    • Have linkage to a democratically elected political body
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  • Institutional structure: Complex and not designed for solving current problems
  • Plans and planning initiatives: Mediocre to ensure coordination
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  • Institutional structure: Complex and not designed for solving current problems
  • Plans and planning initiatives: Mediocre to ensure coordination
  • Use of policy instruments: No complete packages
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  • Institutional structure: Complex and not designed for solving current problems
  • Plans and planning initiatives: Mediocre to ensure coordination
  • Use of policy instruments: No complete packages
  • Mechanisms for coordination and planning processes: Can be better
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  • Institutional structure: Complex and not designed for solving current problems
  • Plans and planning initiatives: Mediocre to ensure coordination
  • Use of policy instruments: No complete packages
  • Mechanisms for coordination and planning processes: Can be better
  • Example: Kristiansand
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Bergen

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Kristiansand

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Bergen

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Kristiansand

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Bergen

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Søgne44 %

Kristiansand

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Bergen

25 km

Songdalen52 %

Søgne44 %

Kristiansand

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Bergen

25 km

Vennesla42 %

Songdalen52 %

Søgne44 %

Kristiansand

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Birkenes21 %

Bergen

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Vennesla42 %

Songdalen52 %

Søgne44 %

Kristiansand

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Birkenes21 %

Bergen

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Vennesla42 %

Lillesand26 %

Songdalen52 %

Søgne44 %

Kristiansand

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Birkenes21 %

Iveland24 %

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Vennesla42 %

Lillesand26 %

Songdalen52 %

Søgne44 %

Kristiansand

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Responsibilities for different policy instruments for land-use and transportation

Kristiansand before 4-year trial

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Responsibilities for different policy instruments for land-use and transportation

New indirectly elected regional political body

Kristiansand from 2004-2007

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4. Conclusions and applications

  • At least three main strategies can be identified to enhance coordinated land-use and transportation planning
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4. Conclusions and applications

  • At least three main strategies can be identified to enhance coordinated land-use and transportation planning
    • Institutional reform - in the direction of the ideal model
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4. Conclusions and applications

  • At least three main strategies can be identified to enhance coordinated land-use and transportation planning
    • Institutional reform - in the direction of the ideal model
    • Enhancing the planning processes - ensuring that as many policy instruments as possible are on the negotiation table at the same time
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4. Conclusions and applications

  • At least three main strategies can be identified to enhance coordinated land-use and transportation planning
    • Institutional reform - in the direction of the ideal model
    • Enhancing the planning processes - ensuring that as many policy instruments as possible are on the negotiation table at the same time
    • Creating economic incentives for regional and local authorities to promote comprehensive regional strategies
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