Public transport and spatial development patterns: identifying opportunities on the basis of a node-place model

01 January 2016 → 31 December 2019
Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO)
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Economic geography
    • Human geography
    • Recreation, leisure and tourism geography
    • Urban and regional geography
    • Other social and economic geography
Node-place model Land-use accessibility mobility
Project description

The aim of this research is to identify differentiated development opportunities for the public transport nodes in Flanders, by confronting the accessibility of these nodes and the functional mixture of services that is present. Policy perspectives will be presented to differentiate between nodes/places where a more compact and extensive public transport fabric and/or service density is desirable.