Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Online ISSN : 1881-1124
SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT PLANNING
ACCESSIBILITY AND ATTRACTIVENESS—KEY FEATURES TOWARDS CENTRAL CITY REVITALISATION—A CASE STUDY OF CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND
Jean-Paul THULLMarc MERSCH
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2005 Volume 6 Pages 4066-4081

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The aim of this study is to analyse the importance of accessibility (within the inner-city and from the residential suburbs into the inner-city) and attractiveness as two determinants for shopping and leisure time activities in the central city of Christchurch. The context is derived from consideration of divergent exogenous factors associated with selected cities in Germany and from the change of attitudes towards shopping and leisure time activities in modern societies.

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