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Cdp wilson junling zhuang su22 10 mins biking equity

Look Beyond the 2D Urban Mobility Equity

The 10-minute commuting circle is an important factor in guaranteeing equality in mobility, as it can be traced back to the concept of Clarence Perry’s “neighborhood unit”, while bicycles are an important tool within the 10-minute commute and have a significant impact on its equity. Moreover, traditional transportation system planning only focuses on the 2D perspective - how to promote equity in the area of the 10-minute commuting circle for all people through rational distribution of shared bicycle parking spaces. However, the time required to move around in 3D vertical space is ignored, just as Google Maps cannot tell what floor of a building you are on. My vision is to incorporate and visualize the time it takes for a person to move around a residential building using an elevator into the consideration of the 10-minute commuting circle through a customized grasshopper tool, which will further facilitate future urban mobility equity. realization: a neighborhood on Manhattan Island surrounded by several shared bike parking lots was chosen as a study, and the building model was fed into a computational tool The relationship between building height and 10-minute commuting circle coverage is then further investigated through a control volume variable approach.
Cdp wilson junling zhuang su22 10 mins biking equity