Análise da acessibilidade urbana para o planejamento da urbanização de interesse social

Leão, Simone Zarpelon and Turkienicz, Benamy 2009, Análise da acessibilidade urbana para o planejamento da urbanização de interesse social, in SBSR : Anais XIV Simpósio Brasileiro de Sensoriamento Remoto, INPE, [Natal, Brazil], pp. 723-730.

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Title Análise da acessibilidade urbana para o planejamento da urbanização de interesse social
Formatted title Análise da acessibilidade urbana para o planejamento da urbanização de interesse social
Translated title Analysis of the effects of urban accessibility for social housing location
Author(s) Leão, Simone Zarpelon
Turkienicz, Benamy
Conference name Simpósio Brasileiro de Sensoriamento Remoto (XIVth. 2009 : Natal, Brazil)
Conference location Natal, Brazil
Conference dates 25-30 Apr. 2009
Title of proceedings SBSR : Anais XIV Simpósio Brasileiro de Sensoriamento Remoto
Editor(s) Epiphanio, Jose Carlos Neves
Galvao, Lenio Soares
Publication date 2009
Conference series Brazilian Remote Sensing Symposium
Start page 723
End page 730
Total pages 7954
Publisher INPE
Place of publication [Natal, Brazil]
Keyword(s) housing
low-income housing
Summary An analysis of housing issues in the city of Canela (RS, Brazil) has been made in 2008 as part of the development of the Master Plan for Housing. The present paper deals with one component of this analysis, which is the assessment of urban accessibility for low-income population, and its consequences on the treatment of the problem of current shortage of low-income housing and the future demand from population growth until 2020. A three steps method is applied: (i) urban mobility is assessed and mapped on the basis of the road system and the routes of public transport; (ii) accessibility to different urban services, such as public education and health, recreation, consumption and jobs are measured and mapped considering the location of urban facilities, population distribution divided by income and age, and urban mobility; (iii) one map for urban accessibility is produced as a result of the weighted combination of accessibility to different urban facilities. This final urban accessibility map is then overlayed to empty urban lots with size and land value appropriate to low-income housing, and a simulation of their development over the future has been made. The lots with higher accessibility were selected, and the impact of urban development was assessed on the capacity of education facilities. Based on this study, we made some preliminary suggestions for widening places in some schools, the need for a new education facility (location and size) and the extension of public transport for an area with low accessibility.
Notes Proceedings of the XIV Brazilian Symposium of Remote Sensing, National Institute for Space Research, Natal, Brazil.
ISBN 9788517000447
Language por
Field of Research 129999 Built Environment and Design not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970112 Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design
HERDC Research category E1.1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2009, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30041627

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