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a+u 2019:07 Transit Oriented “Development and Management” – Sustainable Urbanisation Projects from 35 Cities

a+u 2019:07

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This issue of a+u investigates “TODM” (Transit-Oriented Development and Management), a sustainable, station-centered urban planning model being applied with great frequency to cities in Europe, the United States, and Asia.

Our guest editors, urban planners Takayuki Kishii, Takashi Yajima, and Tsuneaki Nakano, have been engaged in TODM research for nearly two years and here consider how ideas of management, civic engagement, and urban re-organization have been contextualised in different countries, cities, stations, and social fabrics. For each of this issue’s featured cities, with the cooperation of local coordinators, we present numerous materials and observations from the parties involved in this new form of urban development.

a+u Transit Oriented “Development and Management” – Sustainable Urbanisation Projects from 35 Cities includes:

Towards the Era of Management – TODM in Europe, USA, and Asia
Takayuki Kishii, Takashi Yajima, Tsuneaki Nakano

35 Leading Projects

Origins and Expansion of the TOD Concept and Japan-specific TOD
Takashi Yajima

1. TODM in the World

King’s Cross Station
Pennsylvania Station
Southern Cross Station

Operation Upgrade of the Terminal Station
Antwerp Station
Zürich Hauptbahnhof
Wien Hauptbahnhof
Atocha Station

Integration of the Transport Infrastructure
Torino Porta Nuova Railway Station
Station Rotterdam Centraal
Utrecht Centraal Railway Station

Connecting between the Public Transport System
Arnhem Centraal Railway Station
Gare de Strasbourg
Berlin Hauptbahnhof
Denver Union Station
Salesforce Transit Center

Introduction of a New Transport Infrastructure
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station
Taipei Station
Kaohsiung Station
The West Kowloon Terminus

Spoorbeeld: an Integrated Approach to Designing Dutch Train Stations
Miguel Loos

2. TODM in Japan

Central Station in the Metropolis
Tokyo Station
Osaka Station

Terminal Station in the Metropolis
Shibuya Station
Shinjuku Station
Ikebukuro Station

Sub-urban Station around the Metropolis
Futako Tamagawa Station
Kashiwanoha-Campus Station

Regional Station
Asahikawa Station
Onagawa Station
Nagano Station
Himeji Station
Shin-Yamaguti Station
Mojiko Station

Subway Station in the Metropolis area
Toranomon Hills Station
Otemachi Station

Corporate Approach
East Japan Railway Company
Urban Renaissance Agency
Mitsui Fudosan
Mitsubishi Estate
Mori Building

Development of Nagoya Station Along With the Opening of the Linear Shinkansen
Takayuki Morikawa

From Postwar Reconstruction to the Birth of a “Minshu Eki” (Jointly Financed Public-Private Station)
Tsuneaki Nakano

Continuous Multi-level Crossing Projects
Takayuki Kishii