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KCI등재 학술저널

복합환승센터의 도시공간상 유기적 연계 특성에 관한 연구

샌프란시스코의 트랜스베이 트랜싯 센터 중심으로

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The Transbay Transit Center, the first high-speed railway-centered intermodal transit center to be introduced in San Francisco’s Transbay District, is transforming, as a gradual evolution of the former physical development centered on railway facilities, into a trend of sustainable TOD(Transit-Oriented Development)-based progress that unites society, culture, and environment based on compact city models, new urbanism, and mixed-use public transportation facilities. First, from the urban perspective, the pattern of organic integration across San Francisco, beyond spatial integration with adjacent districts, is striking, and moves are under way to establish its status as a hub of urban growth, transforming the urban center into the Transbay Transit Center through the form of macro landscapes, traffic nodules in the skyline, and open space planning. Second, on the architectural side, the aspect of the layout planning approach through a mixed-component approach between various traffic-system means, rather than building-oriented individual facility-architecture development methods, is highlighted and three-dimensionally linked to mixed-use functions. Third, concerning transport-hub-based mixed-use developments, architecture and transport infrastructure serve as an integrated interface and are mixed with each other. Based on these three viewpoints, the development is differentiated from the concepts of existing TOD and the intermodal transit center.

Ⅰ. 서 론

Ⅱ. 이론적 고찰

Ⅲ. 트랜스베이 지구 교통ㆍ도시 특성

Ⅳ. 트랜스베이 트랜싯 센터 접근체계

Ⅴ. 분석의 종합

Ⅵ. 결 론

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