E3S Web Conf.
Volume 170, 20206th International Conference on Energy and City of the Future (EVF’2019)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||City and Buildings of Future|
|Published online||28 May 2020|
The Patterns of Mobility and the Socio-Spatial Environments Created in and around the important multimodal nodes in a global city - A case of Navi Mumbai
1 Amity University, Bhatan, Panvel, Maharashtra, India
2 Amity University, Bhatan, Panvel, Maharashtra, India.
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Globalization is seen as an important phenomenon shaping and reconfiguring the urbanism around the world. The urban fabric/society is directly impacted by the global network in which a city falls. For example an economic global city will have different issues than the political global city. Mumbai – Navi Mumbai is one of the cities in India which fulfils the most indicators to be a global city. The city had its own share of urban issues and the advent of globalization has led to origination of certain contemporary patterns of city development which address the past urban challenges as well as accommodate present global economy, yet it has been seen that these patterns rather address only the present conditions and the long term strategies with evolution of lifestyle and technology are uncertain. Transportation has evolved as an important aspect influencing the growth patterns of a city. This paper discusses the impacts of multimodal transport developments as a catalyst to growth of cities, its benefits and shortcomings.
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