Reaching Success – Achieving Integrated Local Governance. Project “Integrated Urban Development and Mobility Planning”. Third Interim Report
The integrated planning of space and mobility can help to better connect urban regions, exploit various development opportunities in neighbourhoods and make streetscapes more attractive. This enhances the standard of living and the quality of time spent in the public space as well as livening it up. Planning concepts focused on accessibility and proximity – also known as the 15-minute city or city of short distances – have been under discussion in the sciences for decades. Flagship projects have implemented these findings in isolated neighbourhoods or cities but nowhere has the concept been introduced across the board yet.
This acatech DISCUSSION focuses on this oversight and examines the principles and parameters of integrated planning processes at local and regional level. It is clear that the success of local governance depends upon many different criteria. These include parameters, structures and processes in administration, politics and society, cooperation between the different stakeholders, a suitable mix of instruments as well as local financial and human resources.
Beckmann, K. J./Blumthaler, W./Holzapfel, H./Zebuhr, Y.: Ankommen statt unterwegs sein – Lokale Governance integriert gestalten. Projekt Integrierte Stadtentwicklung und Mobilitätsplanung. Dritter Zwischenbericht (acatech DISKUSSION), München 2023. DOI: https://doi.org/10.48669/aca_2023-8