Avaliação de métodos multiescala de análise urbana para implementar sistemas cicloviários
Lanziotti, Thiago Maioli
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DescriptionThe propositionmobility systems proposition for bicycles has become a focus in recent years due to displacement problems presented in major cities. Threffore, the present study sought to explore urban space evaluation methods in different scales in order to verify the joint applicability of such methodologies in order to more effectively read the city, serving as a subsidy to the urban planner in structures proposition aimed at non-motorized modes. It was sought to assess which methods, qualitative and quantitative, applied together, could support the planning of non-motorized transport. The research was divided into three parts, each one referencing a reading scale of urban space. The application of methodologies in many scales served for defining areas to be evaluated, in that the cutting began in the scale of the city and finished on a local scale, through the neighborhood scale. Reading the urban space using different scales allow better understanding of the urban area as a whole and the aspects that induce users to use the non-motorized modes, especially the bicycle. The methodologies selected proved easy operation and showed synergy in the joint application. As a result, this research has listed three methodologies, space syntax (city scale), urban centerlessness (neighborhood level) and qualitative level of service (local scale). These applied jointly presented results as the possibility of reading the urban environment similar to traditional studies. The space syntax indicated the axes of greater connectivity and greater people movement, already through centerlessness was possible to define the power of user attraction to a certain place and the level of quality service has enabled the assessment of the existing infrastructure as well as the urbanity of the place. This set has the more dynamic process of study in relation to loose time by traditional applications, which reflects the operational costs for the production of urban plans for non-motorized modes.