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An Analysis of Land Development Characteristics in the Adjoining of Zone to Road: The Case of Pyeongtaek-Si

Jang Keeuk 1 Lee Chang-Soo 1 KIM DAEILL 2

1가천대학교
2서울시립대학교

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ABSTRACT

In Korea, the adjoining of zone to road was introduced in the 1960s to respond to traffic demands caused by urbanization and industrialization. In particular, roadside land is a center of transportation and an important resource for regional development outside cities, where the demand for development is high. These developments highlight the need to establish an urban management plan that prevents reckless development. Correspondingly, this study examined the development characteristics of land in adjacent areas using the spatial analysis technique of a geographic information system and formulated a model to analyze the effects of the adjoining project on urban-type development density. The results are intended to be used as basic data for growth management analysis. In addition, correlation and multiple regression analyses were performed to probe into the characteristics of urban-type development density. The results reflected that officially assessed land prices, the number of adjoining roads per kilometer, and access to major facilities influence the determination of urban-type development density.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.