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Parkering i den hållbara staden- om parkeringens förhållande till Malmös visioner till en hållbar stadsutveckling

Karlsson, Kristina LU (2015) SGEL36 20151
Department of Human Geography
Abstract (Swedish)
Today, most cities and municipalities in Sweden have objectives and visions of a sustainable urban development. The idea of “the sustainable city” usually contains a city that is green, densely built, have a variety of housing, a developed public transport system and good conditions for walking and cycling. During recent years, more and more critics argue that the way we plan for parking in cities counteracts these sustainability values.
This study is based on a case study of Malmö and seeks to analyse the relationship between Malmö’s visions of sustainable urban development and today’s parking regulations. The study concludes that parking is a complex and multi-layered issue and that the relationship between parking and “the sustainable... (More)
Today, most cities and municipalities in Sweden have objectives and visions of a sustainable urban development. The idea of “the sustainable city” usually contains a city that is green, densely built, have a variety of housing, a developed public transport system and good conditions for walking and cycling. During recent years, more and more critics argue that the way we plan for parking in cities counteracts these sustainability values.
This study is based on a case study of Malmö and seeks to analyse the relationship between Malmö’s visions of sustainable urban development and today’s parking regulations. The study concludes that parking is a complex and multi-layered issue and that the relationship between parking and “the sustainable city” contains a variety of conflicts. (Less)
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author
Karlsson, Kristina LU
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organization
course
SGEL36 20151
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Malmö, Sustainable urban development, Parking, Parking regulations, Traffic
language
Swedish
id
5471355
date added to LUP
2015-06-30 11:00:34
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2015-06-30 11:00:34
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  abstract     = {Today, most cities and municipalities in Sweden have objectives and visions of a sustainable urban development. The idea of “the sustainable city” usually contains a city that is green, densely built, have a variety of housing, a developed public transport system and good conditions for walking and cycling. During recent years, more and more critics argue that the way we plan for parking in cities counteracts these sustainability values. 
This study is based on a case study of Malmö and seeks to analyse the relationship between Malmö’s visions of sustainable urban development and today’s parking regulations. The study concludes that parking is a complex and multi-layered issue and that the relationship between parking and “the sustainable city” contains a variety of conflicts.},
  author       = {Karlsson, Kristina},
  keyword      = {Malmö,Sustainable urban development,Parking,Parking regulations,Traffic},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Parkering i den hållbara staden- om parkeringens förhållande till Malmös visioner till en hållbar stadsutveckling},
  year         = {2015},
}