Three Japanese urban planners take the helm of this thematic issue focusing on the sustainable, station-centred urban planning model that is appearing with increasing frequency in cities in Europe, the United States, and Asia. The relationship between cities and transportation networks is highly situational, so transit-oriented development and management examines how the ideas of management, civic engagement, and urban reorganisation are contextualised in different countries, cities, stations, and social fabrics. Whether rezoning or upgrading, connecting existing or introducing new infrastructure, the case studies presented here offer a thorough overview of urban planning today.
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