CAN LAND USE MANAGEMENT REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION FOR TRANSPORTATION
The author offers a few empirical observations and deductive propositions. In transporting people in cities there are two major ways to save energy: a more efficient use of vehicles is one; restructuring urban patterns in order to reduce the number of miles people need to travel is another. If land use management can be applied to the problem of energy conservation, such as by changes in the relative location of homes, jobs, recreational amenities, etc., so as to minimize the distances people would normally have to travel much should be accomplished. He discusses the feasibility of these methods.
- Presented at Caltech Seminar Series Energy Consumption in Private Transportation on 29 April 1974.
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- Pauker, G J
- Publication Date: 1974-5
- Pagination: 43 p.
- TRT Terms: Analog computers; Conservation; Dwellings; Employment; Energy conservation; Energy consumption; Feasibility analysis; Fuel consumption; Housing; Housings; Land use; Land use planning; Methodology; Organizations; Passengers; Planning; Recreation; Transportation; Travel; Trip length; Urban areas
- Uncontrolled Terms: Modifications
- Old TRIS Terms: Analog systems; Energy management
- Subject Areas: Economics; Energy; Environment; Planning and Forecasting; Society; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00146970
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: P-5241
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 16 1977 12:00AM