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Reviewing the aspects of urban issues and inferences of overpasses in urban centers, a prospectus of re-vitalizing the spaces under over passes in developing metropolitans
Published in Global Science & Technology Forum
Pages: 317 - 324
Contemporary urban land use planning is well-planned and managed program, led well-informed policies based on sustainable development principles. However, the rapid demographic and spatial transformation may prove to be difficult for cities in developing countries, where capacity is typically inadequate to cope with major urban challenges. These challenges in developing countries include resource scarcity, over population, increasing poverty, slum growth, increased poverty, climate change, and safety and security concerns. This research has encompasses the development of road infrastructure particularly overpasses in developing nations and its inferences in urban fabric and social life of city. The end results of this research has sum up the overall learning from prevailing practice of utilizing the negative urban spaces in various regions and list up the possible reasons and solutions for developing negative spaces under overpasses.
About the journal
Journal2nd Annual International Conference on Architecture and Civil Engineering (ACE 2014)
PublisherGlobal Science & Technology Forum
Open AccessNo