AStudy on the Relation between Land Use Regulation and Composition/Mixture Indices in Tokyo WardArea
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This study aims to clarify how land use change and regulation are related regarding composition and mixture according to zoning in Tokyo ward area between 2001 and 2011. First, the increase of residential use and the decrease of industrial use were considerable, and the change within the same zoning varied according to prior composition and location. Second, considerable areas of land use transition imply the possibility of change in spatial distribution. Third, the commercial zone showed an increase of mixture between residential and commercial use in only quantity, but residential zone showed a decrease of the mixture in both strength and quantity. Despite a decrease of industrial use, mixture with residential use did not necessarily decrease regarding adjacency and proximity.
- Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan
Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan 53 (2), 116-123, 2018-10-25
The City Planning Institute of Japan