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|Other Titles:||The Niche Characteristic of Urban Land Use Strength in Taichung City-A Case Study of T.D.R.|
Department of Geography, NTNU
The Government of Taiwan adopted T.D.R. system; however, it lacks clear rules to appropriately designate the received area. Owing to the trend of urban land use, the market-led strength toward more concentrated location has worsened the problems about the service quality of transportation, land use and public facility in central areas of those growth cities. Take Taichung City as the most representative case of Taiwan; the study firstly starts with focus group interviews of industrial, official and academic sectors, as well as the questionnaire analysis. Afterwards, factors of location, current carrying capacity and spatial related factors will be selected. Total samples are 144 received sites approved by T.D.R. system of Taichung City. Through measures of Geographical Information System, the output variables are applied to factorial analysis (Principle component analysis & Cluster analysis) in order to form the further discussion of locality & spatial distribution. This research makes practical review in connection with government's remodeling of T.D.R system which has led to main spatial externality problems, such as the spatial structure of whole city, the receiving areas and the urban planning policy. The Conclusions through the analytic process, dimension of spatial externality are: "The disorder between overall urban development quotas and growth management", "The lack of provisions of market incentive in guiding the development to suitable location", "The lack of information circulation & compensation mechanism of receiving area", "Necessity of polices integration for guiding to a reasonable pattern of the urban spatial structure". As stated above, the research can contribute to the reference review of the current policy and the basis of reformation.
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