Administrative borders and network infrastructures: a case involving co-ordination of plans and projects in North Milan

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Federico Jappelli
Publishing Year 2010 Issue 2010/54
Language Italian Pages 5 P. 131-135 File size 691 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2010-054019
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How can action planned concerning supra-municipal traffic be co-ordinated in view of the very many problems of peripheral urban and urban penetration mobility in North Milan? How can the consequent repercussions on the settlement system and above all on the quality and usability of outdoor spaces be determined and managed? In a context of the growing complexity and network functioning of these geographical areas, the resolution of conflicts and the presentation of sustainable proposals must be managed by flexible institutional means, in terms of greater co-ordination and co-operation with respect to the levels of consistency that some planning and implementation instruments might provide, by means of shared codified solutions to advanced technical and qualitative standards.

Keywords: Contextualised codification; quality of road space; decentralised concentration

Federico Jappelli, Confini amministrativi e infrastrutture a rete: un’esperienza di coordinamento di piani e progetti nel nord Milano in "TERRITORIO" 54/2010, pp 131-135, DOI: 10.3280/TR2010-054019