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Analysis on the unavoidable commuter remaining in CBD during an earthquake disaster

  • YUHARA Asako
    The Doctoral Program in Policy and Planning Sciences,University of Tsukuba (Present:Chubu Bureau,Ministry of Land,Infrastructure and Transport)
  • KUMAGAI Yoshio
    Institute of Policy and Planning Sciences、University of Tsukuba

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  • 大都市震災時における都心従業者の就業地滞留に関する分析
  • ダイトシ シンサイジ ニ オケル トシン ジュウギョウシャ ノ シュウギョウチ タイリュウ ニ カンスル ブンセキ

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Abstract

<p>When a strong earthquake hits an urban area in the daytime,the traffic system would be paralyzed and massive commuter will be left in their work places.According to some studies,many commuters would face difficulties to go home. Although many countermeasures are required for both public and private sectors having offices in the CBD:Central Business District,current level of their program is not enough.To seek a clue to solve this"unavoidable remaining in CBD" issue,we focus on commuters who could be allowed to leave their offices during an earthquake disaster.This paper analyses and discusses factors behind their way of decision-making in countermeasures for the"unavoidable remaining in CBD''.</p>

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