Multi-objective planning design for land use and urban performance Public Deposited

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  • An analytical tool to assist municipal planners in evaluating alternative planning strategies is proposed. Schlager's Land Use Plan Design Model provides the linear formulation of the problem, Goal Programming is used to create alternatives, and Brown and Kirby's Measures of Urban Performance serve to evaluate the alternatives. Resource Planning and Management networks are used throughout to represent the models and alternatives. A prototype community of 40,000 is used as an example. Based on the 1975 land use statistics, goals, and priorities, a 1980 land use plan is formulated. The Urban Performance Model distributes the population on a socio-economic coordinate system so that the new land use plan can be compared with the present allocation. The computational results show that the residents of the community may gain slightly in Metropolitan Opportunity at the expense of Neighborhood Quality if the present set of goals and their priorities are followed. It is proposed that the integrated methodology be used by small community planners, as well as those working for large municipalities, to create optimal alternatives under the given set of goals and priorities, and to measure the effects of changing goals and priorities upon urban attributes.
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