TOD to Regenerative City
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. PDT
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In Smart City Kashiwa-no-ha, the collection and analysis of real-time occupant data has shaped the local economy to better meet the needs of residents. By gathering data, local businesses and city infrastructure are tailored to community lifestyles, such as additional childcare in neighborhoods with more families. The cyclical economy allows residents to go car-free by reducing the need to leave their neighborhoods to seek out services.
Concepts represented in Kashiwa-no-ha, including the localized economy, are poised to disrupt U.S. institutions and economic models. Localized economies could mitigate the U.S. reliance on e-commerce and bolster a hyper-local sharing economy, while a better understanding of district performance and data integration with automated parking strategies could disrupt U.S. transportation models currently reliant on human-driven cars.
Kashiwa-no-ha demonstrates what’s possible if North American cities are willing to adapt to emerging technology and work across platforms to translate data into shared benefits.
1. Learn how Transit Oriented Development supports advanced Smart City Design concepts.
2. Determine how the interests within the community can be achieved through real-time data use.
3. Consider the value of resiliency and health benefits relating to the use of public space in a shared economy.
4. Consider how investments in transit rich and ecommerce supportive places benefit from technological advances.
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