« Parametric urbanism just explores formal, environmental and functional parameters to constitute vibrant urban spaces, but these strategies are not enough to guarantee the success of urban spaces conceived to promote urbanity.«
« The map shows the combined total of residents and jobs per hectare, measured at the scale of 1km2 grid cells. The mix of residents and jobs is displayed by the colours in the above table, with residential areas in yellow, employment areas in blue and mixed areas in green. The height of the grid cells displays the total residents and jobs per hectare. »
« Traditionally government data has been restricted to relatively small groups of expert users. Open data presents a radically different approach where as much government data as possible is released freely to the public online. This is intended to improve scrutiny of public services, and allow the development of new applications bringing social and economic benefits. »
Cette proposition de mesure de l’urbanité vise à permettre l’évaluation de différentes implantations de stations et de lignes de transports publics.
McDonough, P., Parker, J., & Reynolds, W. (2011). Measuring Urbanity One Block at a Time: The Neighborhood Transit Readiness Scorecard. Carolina Planning, 36, pp. 7–16.