Paper presented at the 20th Annual South African Transport Conference 16 - 20 July 2001 "Meeting the transport challenges in Southern Africa", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa. ABSTRACT: In this paper an overview and motivation of the methodology that was followed in the development of appropriate, viable and sustainable tools and measures for the creation and sustenance of a land-use regime in support of the HPPTN is provided.
Starting off with a narration of the aim of the project and a description of the required land-use regime, the paper traces, describes and motivates the various steps that were followed in the production of the tools and measures. These steps are:
- the development of a corridor typology for land-use transport corridors;
- a description of the corridor-segments of the HPPTN in terms of land-use and transport movements;
- a classification and benchmarking of the corridor-segments of the HPPTN in terms of the paper traces, typology, culminating in a gap-analysis of what each corridor-segment is and should be to intervene in the location, type, density, intensity and design aspects of land-use in the HPPTN area, the non-HPPTN areas and the corridor-segments in accordance with the gap-analysis;
- the evaluation of the ideal strategies in terms of two separate sets of information, a "Spatial Economic Scenario" and a "Public Investment and IDP-Reality Study"
- the production and prioritization of realistic strategies in support of the required land-use regime in accordance with the evaluation;
- the development of tools and measures to operationalize the realistic strategies; and
- the formulation of a set of procedures to monitor and evaluate the performance of the mechanisms (tools and measures)
The paper is concluded with an indication of the anticipated impacts/benefits and costs of the various tools and measures, and a proposed time frame for implementation.
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