Urban Street Morphology and Inequalities: A Socio-Spatial Approach
Isti Hidayati, Ph.D. | Evawani Ellisa, Ph.D.
10:00 - 12:30 WIB
“Urban Street Morphology and Inequalities: A Socio-Spatial Approach”
Specific street configurations tend to generate difficulties or negative travel experiences for certain socio-economic groups. If this relation holds, this may explain the high dependency on a private motorized vehicle, forced car (and motorcycle) ownership, transport-related social exclusion, or why female pedestrians feel insecure in a particular area. Using the Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur cases, the lecture will discuss the complex socio-spatial relation unravelling process that shapes everyday mobilities, starting at the street level.
Thursday, December 2nd 2021
10.00 AM – 12.30 pm
Meeting ID: 816 2898 8638
Isti Hidayati, Ph.D.
Evawani Ellisa, Ph.D.