Event: Virtual Conference on Transport Infrastructure Development, Spillover Effects, and Quality of Life

Exploring a Dynamic Relationship between Transportation Strategies and Community Liveability: A Case of Kolkata Urban Agglomeration

18 March 2020
Author / Speaker: 
Arpan Paul, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
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The paper assesses the spatial dimensions by considering the evolution of the conurbation in four phases, and by looking at cumulative causation of the sequence of impacts of maritime, road, rail, air and ITeS communication networks on liveability within the Kolkata Urban Agglomeration in India.

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