On the 9th September CASA hosted a seminar discussing relationships between London and the South East region with a view to developing the most appropriate framework for land use transport modelling.
Mike Batty introduced the SCALE and ARCADIA projects; Duncan Smith discussed journey-to-work and business relationships in the South East; Basak Ozkul presented on changes in travel patterns over the last thirty years; Jon Reades showed how communication flows can be used to analyse business specialisations; and finally Joan Serras presented a network analysis methodology for the SCALE project. These presentations can be downloaded in pdf form below-
- Mike Batty Presentation- Introduction to SCALE and ARCADIA
- Duncan Smith Presentation- Exploring London and the South East
- Jon Reades Presentation- Mapping Information Flows
- Joan Serras Presentation- The Transport Sub-Model in SIMULACRA
Attendees with particular experience in this field included Paul Chesire from LSE; Kathy Pain from University of Reading; Michael Edwards from the Bartlett School of Planning; and Bridget Rosewell and Margarethe Theseira from GLA Economics. Many thanks to those who attended and contributed to the discussion.