한국도로학회논문집 제21권 제3호 (p.119-127)

공원과 도로친환경공간 이용자의 보행거리 분포 비교

A Comparative Study on Walking Distance Distributions Between Park and Road Open Space Users in Seoul
키워드 :
Underpass,Open space,Service area,Effective distance,Waterfront park,Improved walkability

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ABSTRACT
1. 서론
  1.1. 연구배경 및 목적
  1.2. 기존문헌고찰
  1.3. 차별성 및 한계점
2. 연구방법 및 데이터
  2.1. 연구의 틀
  2.2. 데이터
3. 분석결과
  3.1. 가구통행실태조사를 활용한 공원이용 분포
  3.2. 친환경공간 이용자 분포
  3.3. 공원과 친환경공간의 보행거리분포 비교 분석
  3.4. 분석결과의 활용 및 한계
4. 결론
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초록

PURPOSES: This research analyzes how the distribution of users changes when roads that impede walking are transformed into a pedestrian friendly space. The scope of the areas that are benefiting is presented, and the results can be used as basic data for demand generation and as indicators of policy judgments used in economic analysis.
METHODS: Using statistical models, the scope of park users was analyzed by park type and the distribution of park and eco-friendly space users was compared. Differences in the moving distance of users was compared by using ANOVA and T-test analysis, and the distribution of users was compared by Kdenicity and Cumulative distribution plots.
RESULTS : Based on the cumulative 90 percent distribution, the user’s walking range is about 1.3 km in small-scale parks, 2.2 km in ecofriendly spaces and 3.8 km in the western highway. The Anyangcheon Waterfront Area currently has a pedestrian impact zone of about 1 km (the 10% utilization rate) and will increase to 3.8 km after the project.
CONCLUSIONS : Pedestrian-friendly road projects can improve access to existing waterfront areas. The walking user’s range will be wider after completing the project and has a different range to existing parks in Seoul.