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UrbanFootprint: Next-Gen Scenario Planning Tool

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Titel UrbanFootprint: Next-Gen Scenario Planning Tool
Serientitel FOSS4G 2014 Portland
Autor Likuski, Andy
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DOI 10.5446/32092
Herausgeber FOSS4G
Erscheinungsjahr 2014
Sprache Englisch
Produktionsjahr 2014
Produktionsort Portland, Oregon, United States of America

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Abstract UrbanFootprint is a new open source scenario planning tool that seeks to revolutionize the practice of planning, with the potential to allow for a closer integration with research, public involvement, and education. Within version 1.1 alpha now complete and the next version currently under development, UrbanFootprint is a new state-of-the-art model that uses open source geographic information system (GIS) technology to create and evaluate physical land use/transportation investment scenarios. It is designed to be deployed by government agencies, private entities and NGOs. The model translates disparate data describing the existing environment and future urban development plans into a common data language, and defines future scenarios through the application of a new common set of ÔPlace Types'. The model's suite of Place Types represents a complete range of development types and patterns, from higher density mixed-use centers, to separated-use residential and commercial areas, to institutional and industrial areas. The physical and demographic characteristics associated with the Place Types are used to calculate the impacts of each scenario. UrbanFootprint represents the new standard for scenario modeling tools intended for use by urban and regional planners at the local, county, regional, state or national level. Running on a backbone of PostGIS, PostgreSQL and Ubuntu Linux 64-bit, it takes full advantage of today's hardware processing capabilities to model the impacts of future urban growth scenarios on the base (existing) environment in future years to generate outcomes for a full list of metrics, including: Travel behavior (vehicle miles traveled, transit trips, walking trips, fuel consumed, fuel cost, criteria pollutant emissions, transportation electricity consumed and impacts); Energy & Water consumption (for transportation & buildings); Land Consumption by type; Infrastructure Cost (capital and operations & maintenance); City revenue from residential development; Public Health Impacts (Obesity, Asthma, Rhinitis, Pedestrian-Vehicle Collisions, Respiratory & Cardiovascular Health Incidences); and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions.
Schlagwörter UrbanFootprint
planning
urban
regional
GIS
transportation
land use
place types
mixed use
mixed-use
demographics
scenario
city
state
PostGIS
PostgreSQL
Ubuntu
Linux
travel
VMT
transit
walk
pedestrian
bicycle
fuel
cost
criteria pollutant
electricity
consumption
criteria
impacts
energy
water
buildings
land
infrastructure
capital
operations
maintenance
O&M
revenue
fiscal
residential
commercial
development
public
health
obesity
asthma
rhinitis
vehicle
collisions
respiratory
cardiovascular
incidences
GHG
greenhouse
gas

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