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《City Planning Review》 2011-08
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LAND USE CONTROL AROUND RAIL TRANSIT STATION IN OLD URBAN DISTRICT:A CASE STUDY OF RESERVED LAND PLAN ADJUSTMENT IN BEIJING'S INNER CITY

LIN Jian;SONG Liqing;MA Chengyue  
Previous study shows that the land use of area around rail transit station tends to be more commercialized,larger in size and attenuated in intensity by distance.However,the rules are not suitable for the old urban district.Based on the comparison of regulatory detailed plan of Beijing inner city between 1999 and 2006,this paper conducts a field study on the reserved land around rail transit station.The result only shows the commercialization of land use.To understand the phenomenon,five types of planning regulation are discussed and three reasons are found:(1) the rail program is initiated later than the urban construction in old city,which is compensatory development;(2) the high ratio of historic sites requires high level of conservation;(3) the complication of land ownership calls for balance among interest groups.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(40971093);; “十一五”科技支撑计划重点课题(2006BAJ14B04);; 北京大学校长基金
【CateGory Index】: F293.2
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