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Public transport and pedestrian access, the impact of suburban planning on adolescence

Lambert, Jeanette and Rollo, John 2006, Public transport and pedestrian access, the impact of suburban planning on adolescence, in ANZAScA 2006 : Challenges for architectural science in changing climates: proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association., School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, University of Adelaide and Architectural Science Association, Adelaide, S. Aust., pp. 374-381.

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Title Public transport and pedestrian access, the impact of suburban planning on adolescence
Author(s) Lambert, Jeanette
Rollo, John
Conference name Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association. Conference (40th: 2006: Adelaide, S. Aust.)
Conference location Adelaide, S. Aust.
Conference dates 22-24 Nov. 2006
Title of proceedings ANZAScA 2006 : Challenges for architectural science in changing climates: proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association.
Editor(s) Shannon, Susan
Soebarto, Veronica
Williamson, Terry
Publication date 2006
Conference series Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association Conference
Start page 374
End page 381
Publisher School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, University of Adelaide and Architectural Science Association
Place of publication Adelaide, S. Aust.
Keyword(s) suburban life
public transport
education
Summary The following paper discusses the impact of suburban life for adolescents in relation to public transport and pedestrian access. The research compares the morphology and level of connectivity of two planning models, cul-de-sac and regular grid, with respect to two suburbs which share a similar socio-economic profile, Rowville and Caulfield. These are subsequently evaluated in terms of ABS statistics, in particular year 12 or equivalent levels of education, and transport statistics. The results of the investigation are discussed in reference to the four key tasks of adolescence (Carr-Greg & Shale 2002)', in order to establish the degree to which morphology and access levels of suburbs impact on adolescent development.
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ISBN 0958696128
9780958696128
Language eng
Field of Research 120599 Urban and Regional Planning not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30006049

Document type: Conference Paper
Collections: School of Architecture and Built Environment
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