Integrated Urban Port and Harbor Planning
A study into port planning as a multi-faceted project, with an environmental assessment and coast guard facilities.
# 6721 | 2,800 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on Feb 07, 2003 in Engineering (Civil and Environment) , Environmental Studies (Design) , Environmental Studies (Urban Issues) , Architecture (General)
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The paper examines how port planning involves technical, operational, economic, social and environmental aspects. The author shows how the projects range from terminal rehabilitation until altering the whole area into a communal park, involving several different aspects in economic, social, cultural, ethical and environmental goals.
From the Paper:"The Land Use Coding Manual has classified land use based on the people-oriented activities. A port or harbor should meet this expectance, that the land use should be maximized in a concentrated manufacturing center, which will give sufficient income not only to the harbor but also to the local people. In the more detailed plan, ports and harbors are usually planned to be the good housing and within convenient public access for cargo, shipping, fishing and docking business, and other related industries. Any decisions have to refer to support this goals, such as infrastructure development, providing effective traffic line in the area, closing less incompetent facilities and deciding which area will be the center of public, recreational, and/or manufacturing activities."
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