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The Influence of Spatial Distribution of Transport Infrastructure on Transport Equity in China

Yuxin Hu

Abstract


Urban transport infrastructure plays a key role and creates the basic condition in the development of the urban space. Meanwhile, urban gathering and diffusion bring the different urban spatial structure directly can change the spatial distribution of infrastructure. The influence of transport equity made by spatial distribution of urban transport infrastructure has obvious stages. At every stage, transport equity and spatial distribution of transport infrastructure mutually influence and interact. The intensity of the influence of transport equity by spatial distribution of transport infrastructure is not always the same, but sees a different situation with the simultaneous development of evolution stages.


Keywords


Transport Equity; Urban Spatial Structure; Urban Evolution Stages

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/utc.v6i4.95

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