This paper proposes a methodological framework that integrates open-source street networks and point-of-interest data and aims to identify and evaluate urban redevelopment at the block level from the perspective of urban form and function.
Utilizing open source data, this paper puts forward a methodology to comprehensively and objectively measure street walkability and bikeability in China. The methodology was applied to four Chinese cities: Tianjin, Chongqing, Kunming, and Shijiazhuang.
In this paper, we aim to see whether transit-oriented development (TOD) in Chinese cities is associated with better air quality.
This paper presents a direct modelling approach to evaluate household travel energy consumption and CO2 emissions based on the spatial form of neighborhoods and streets.
This study examines the effects of land use and street characteristics on household car ownership and use, based on a travel survey of 2540 households in 104 neighborhoods of Jinan, China.