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 CUS  Vol.6 No.3 , September 2018
Nodes Activation Strategies of Pedestrian System in Rail Hub Areas: Taking East Asia for Example
Abstract:
Urban rail transit has been developed rapidly in high density cities in East Asia. The node space of the pedestrian system in the rail transit hub area is the main carrier of the social public life, but its performance in usability and readability is negative. Based on the recent development cases in many cities of China and Japan, this paper puts forward the modes and approaches of node activation from three aspects of aggregation, ecology and humanity, which can be used as a reference for urban vitality promotion in the rail transit hub area.
Cite this paper: Wu, L. , Lu, W. and Gu, Z. (2018) Nodes Activation Strategies of Pedestrian System in Rail Hub Areas: Taking East Asia for Example. Current Urban Studies, 6, 401-411. doi: 10.4236/cus.2018.63021.
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