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PPJ Vol. XVII No. 1 1985-02: Pedestrianization of a City Core and the Light Rail Transit

The article presents a proposed pedestrianization concept to ease movement and to revitalize the city core of Manila. It tries to relate pedestrian’s behavioral pattern demands and needs with the physical environment of a city core as the setting for their activities. While this study analyzes the wide range of human activity occurring within a city core, it looks into the development of such a core, not only in relation to pedestrian needs, but also as a significant locus of change resulting from the introduction of a new transport system, such as the Light Rail Transit.” The methodology employed in the study primarily involved direct observation and conduct of interviews for the gathering of relevant information. Other data were collected through a Physical/Environment Study and a Pedestrian Study.

UP-School of Urban and Regional Planning
Authors Keywords
Aureus-Eugenio, Victoria; urbanization; infrastructure; transportation; infrastructure development;
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