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가로환경 평가체계에 관한 기초 연구: 기존 평가사례의 내용, 형식, 과정 분석을 중심으로
Characteristics of street evaluation system: a preliminary study on contents, formats, and processes of 8 evaluation cases

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Authors
박소현; 남궁지희
Issue Date
2009-11
Publisher
대한건축학회 = Architectural Institute of Korea
Citation
대한건축학회논문집 계획계, 25(11), pp.237-247
Keywords
가로환경 평가체계가로환경 개선사업보행/자전거이용환경 평가지표참여형 평가도구Street Evaluation SystemPublic Project for StreetWalkability/Bikability ChecklistCommunity Assessment Tool
Abstract
The provision of better street environments became an urgent urban design goal, responding to the current planning concepts of livability and sustainability. Accordingly, there have been a series of public projects for improving street conditions, yet a proper evaluation system has been hardly prepared to operate in fields. This study is a preliminary research to build a foundation for a practical street evaluation system in Korea. It aims to illuminate the evaluation activity from more comprehensive perspectives, emphasizing three aspects, such as 1) content-what to evaluate, 2) format-how to evaluate, 3) process-when and for what to evaluate. Among numerous street evaluation systems in practice at home and abroad, following 8 cases are selected to represent a variety of contents, formats and processes: Space-Culture Awards (Korea), Great Streets of America(US), Pedestrian First Zone Project Assessment(Korea), State DOT Project Assessment(US), Walkability/Bikability Checklist (US), Community Assessment Tool(US), DIY Community Street Audit(UK), and Placecheck(UK). Through contents analyses of previous studies and cases, it is found that a street evaluation system 1)reflects the values on which a good street is constructed; 2) is not just stakeholders participating in the street project; 3) can and should play a relevant role in every step of the project from preparation to implementation and management. It suggests that the scope of research, development and practice of a street evaluation system should be broadened, which would serve richer and more solid foundations for future public projects to improve street environment in Korea.
ISSN
1226-9093
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/20974
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