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2009, vol. 37, br. 4, str. 63-75
Održivi urbani razvoj - mobilnost versus pristupnost
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Geografski fakultet

e-adresamiomir@rcub.bg.ac.rs
Ključne reči: mobilnost indukovana infrastrukturom; pristupnost; upravljanje tražnjom; održivi urbani razvoj; prostorno planiranje
Sažetak
U ovom radu su, na primeru američkih, australijskih, evropskih i azijskih metropola, polazeći od koncepta održivog urbanog razvoja, analizirani različiti tipovi prostornog razvoja i različiti stepeni mobilnosti, pristupnosti, potrošnje energije i emisije CO2 u sferi gradskog saobraćaja.
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