大眾捷運共構住宅運具選擇行為暨停車供給政策之探討-以台北地區為例

Translated title of the contribution: Exploring the Mode Choice Behavior and the Parking Supply Policy for MRT Joint-Development Residence: A Case Study of Taipei Area

陳 敦基(Dun-Ji Chen), 毛 國裕(Kuo-Yu Mao)

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Abstract

Transit Oriented Development (TOD) policy has been highlighted in the urban development of most countries. TOD strategy in the MRT joint development of residential cluster is also actively adopted in Taiwan. However, some of controversies always happened to decide the appropriate quantity of car-parking space in the urban design review process. Firstly, in the study we investigated and collected the associated data of the household mode-choice behavior characteristics of MRT joint-development residence in Taipei area, and then explored the causal relationship between the characteristics and the influencing factors of household's mode usage. Secondly, the mode choice model was adopted to analyze the household's mode-choice behavior, to compare the change differences between the before-and-after mode choice behaviors in the MRT joint-development residence. Finally, we analyzed the influence on the car-ownership and the mode-choice behavior characteristics, and consequently suggested that the development strategy of "deducting the square-feet of house and supply of car-parking space" should be adopted by the MRT joint-development residence, and then the externality of overflow of car-parking demand can be diminished, and the synergy of TOD can be achieved in promoting the mass-transit usage.
Translated title of the contributionExploring the Mode Choice Behavior and the Parking Supply Policy for MRT Joint-Development Residence: A Case Study of Taipei Area
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)179-209
Number of pages31
Journal運輸學刊
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • Transit oriented development
  • MRT joint-development residence
  • Household's mode choice behavior

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