Session

Architecture, Spatial Planning and Civil Engineering

Description

This paper discusses the essentials of social-technical aspects of urban development and transport planning. It describes the role and position of human factor in urban development and transport planning and its interface with technical elements. The paper argues the possibilities of optimization of the correlation between human factors and technical elements using the social-technical insights related turban design and transport planning. The research methodology has been based on qualitative empirical and theoretical approaches using the methods of combination the direct observation and the analysis of documents, and the literature. The working methodology has been based on the concept of organizational science emphasizing the importance of balance between human health, well-being and technological effectiveness.

Keywords:

urban development, transport planning, sustainability, social aspects, technical factor

Session Chair

Sadije Kelmendi

Session Co-Chair

Gergely Norbert Vizi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-23-3

First Page

114

Last Page

126

Location

Durres, Albania

Start Date

2-11-2013 11:30 AM

End Date

2-11-2013 11:45 AM

DOI

https://doi.org/10.33107/ubt-ic.2013.11

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The Analysis of Interface of Social-Technical Aspects within Transport Planning and Urban Design

Durres, Albania

This paper discusses the essentials of social-technical aspects of urban development and transport planning. It describes the role and position of human factor in urban development and transport planning and its interface with technical elements. The paper argues the possibilities of optimization of the correlation between human factors and technical elements using the social-technical insights related turban design and transport planning. The research methodology has been based on qualitative empirical and theoretical approaches using the methods of combination the direct observation and the analysis of documents, and the literature. The working methodology has been based on the concept of organizational science emphasizing the importance of balance between human health, well-being and technological effectiveness.