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Automotive city or Auto City are cities that facilitate, and encourage, the movement of people via private transportation, through 'physical planning', e.g., built environment innovations (street networks, parking spaces, automobile/pedestrian interface technologies and low density urbanised areas containing detached dwellings with driveways or garages) and 'soft programming' e.g., social policy surrounding city street usage (traffic safety/automobile campaigns, automobile laws and the social reconstruction of streets as reserved public spaces for the automobile).

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  • Autogerechte Stadt
  • Automotive city
  • Autogerechte Stadt
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  • Eine autogerechte Stadt ist eine an den Bedürfnissen des motorisierten Individualverkehrs orientierte Stadt. Das Schlagwort leitet sich vom Titel des 1959 erschienenen Buches Die autogerechte Stadt – Ein Weg aus dem Verkehrs-Chaos des Architekten Hans Bernhard Reichow ab, eines entschiedenen Verfechters dieser Idee. Nach heutigen Maßstäben wird das Konzept überwiegend kritisch gesehen, von vielen auch als warnendes Beispiel verfehlter Stadtplanung dargestellt.
  • Automotive city or Auto City are cities that facilitate, and encourage, the movement of people via private transportation, through 'physical planning', e.g., built environment innovations (street networks, parking spaces, automobile/pedestrian interface technologies and low density urbanised areas containing detached dwellings with driveways or garages) and 'soft programming' e.g., social policy surrounding city street usage (traffic safety/automobile campaigns, automobile laws and the social reconstruction of streets as reserved public spaces for the automobile).
  • El concepto de "autogerechte Stadt" (Ciudad orientada al automóvil) viene del título del libro Die autogerechte Stadt – Ein Weg aus dem Verkehrs-Chaos (La ciudad orientada al automóvil - Un camino para salir del caos del tráfico) del arquitecto Hans Bernhard Reichow, publicado en 1959. Este concepto es ahora, más que criticado por los estándares actuales, visto como un cuento con moraleja del planeamiento urbanístico.
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