捷運系統與都市發展學術工作坊將於2024年7月22日下午,於國立臺灣大學地理環境資源學系舉辦,邀請台北市立大學、利物浦大學、倫敦大學學院、國立成功大學、國立彰化師範大學等校六位學者,就「大眾運輸導向發展」與「捷運引發縉紳化」兩個主題進行發表與研討。

誠摯邀請對研討主題有興趣的學術界與實務界先進參加,不收費用,需要事先報名(7月8日截止),報名表單連結:https://forms.gle/Eifug8CWKtfuQrwy5,詳細資訊如下方與海報:

Taipei Workshop on Metro Systems and Urban Developments

Time: 13:30-17:30, 22 July 2024

Venue: Room 101, Department of Geography, National Taiwan University

Nearest station: Metro Songshan-Xindian Line (Green Line) – Gongguan Station (G07) – Exit No. 2

***  attendance is free, but requires registration.  ***

Introduction

It is widely recognized that the arrival of a new railway line or station could stimulate development. However, the multifaceted nature of this phenomenon has been approached in a variety of ways, and a comprehensive picture is missing. This half-day workshop aims to establish a landscape that captures the diverse dimensions of railway-induced urban development. This workshop is part of the Research Network Project entitled “ Understanding the long-term evolution of metro impacts on urban development for sustainability, vibrancy, and inclusiveness” and funded by ESRC and NSTC. Transport and Urban Planners, Policy Makers, Practitioners, University Academics, Students and anyone else with interest in this topic are all welcome.

Program
Opening (13:30-13:40)
Jen-Jia Lin, Professor, Department of Geography, National Taiwan University

Session 1 Transit-oriented Development (13:40-15:10)
Chia-Lin Chen, Senior Lecturer, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Liverpool

From Making TOD Happen to Making TOD Right

Taku Fujiyama, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University College London

Transit-Oriented Development and Business Models of Railway Companies: A Case Study on Japanese Railways

Tzu-Chang Lee, Associate Professor, Department of Urban Planning, National Cheng Kong University

Investigating the Role of Public Bikes in Enhancing Transit-Oriented Development in Taipei City

Break (15:10-15:30)

Session 2 Transit-induced Gentrification (15:30-17:00)

Ching-Mu Chen, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, National Changhua University of Education

Individual Investment in Partitioned Rental Properties and Gentrification around Metro Stations

Tzu-Lin Chen, Associate Professor, Department of Urban Development, University of Taipei

Applying Machine Learning to Analyze and Predict the Spatial Distribution of Transit-oriented    Gentrification around Under-construction MRT Stations

Zi Ye, Lecturer, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Liverpool

Neighbourhood Change through Data: An Urban Analytics Perspective on London’s Gentrification

General Discussion (17:00-17:30)

 

歡迎大家踴躍報名,若有聯繫需要,請洽:

林楨家教授(jenjia@ntu.edu.tw; 02-33665827)

王惠吟助理(hueiyin@ntu.edu.tw;  02-33665827)

凌靚潔助理(jingjieling2001@gmail.com; 02-33665827)