Red continua de espacios públicos verdes a escala municipal: el caso de Madrid

Casado Postigo, Pablo (2015). Red continua de espacios públicos verdes a escala municipal: el caso de Madrid. Thesis (Doctoral), E.T.S. Arquitectura (UPM).

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Title: Red continua de espacios públicos verdes a escala municipal: el caso de Madrid
Author/s:
  • Casado Postigo, Pablo
Contributor/s:
  • Moya González, Luis
Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Date: 2015
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Freetext Keywords: potencialidad peatonal, conectores verdes, planificación territorial, parques urbanos = pedestrian potential, green connectors, territorial planning, city parks
Faculty: E.T.S. Arquitectura (UPM)
Department: Urbanística y Ordenación del Territorio
Creative Commons Licenses: Recognition - No derivative works - Non commercial

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Abstract

La ubicación marginal y el aislamiento de los Parques Urbanos implican infrautilización y deterioro de los mismos. Su interconexión mediante una red verde peatonal con limitaciones al tráfico rodado, supone una puesta en valor de todo el sistema de espacios libres y zonas verdes de la ciudad y un importante incentivo para desviar determinados flujos rodados a otras vías cercanas, rescatando así, espacios urbanos a favor del peatón. Esta conexión ayuda a minimizar la fragmentación del espacio urbano, generando nexos de unión, que articulan y estructuran la ciudad. En esta investigación se describe una metodología para localizar y seleccionar conectores entre distintos Parques Urbanos, evaluando su funcionalidad, seguridad, confort y atractivo. Como caso de estudio, se proponen las conexiones entre los Parques Públicos de una entidad determinada, situados en la ciudad de Madrid. Esta metodología es elástica, universal, y dada su sencillez, aplicable por personas no especializadas; estas características la hacen especialmente valiosa, para apoyar la toma de decisiones en los instrumentos de Ordenación del Territorio y en el desarrollo de Planes Específicos encaminados a la mejora de la calidad ambiental y al aumento de la potencialidad peatonal de la ciudad. ABSTRACT The marginal location and the solitary distribution of City Parks are factors that expose these “City Lungs” to be underused and damaged. The City Parks chained by a green pedestrian web with a minimized relevance for engine vehicles, generates an important enhancement for open spaces and green areas of the City, and a crucial incentive for altering the course of vehicle transportation from particular areas to proximate avenues and arteries, resulting in urban spaces being exclusively for pedestrians. This network helps to minimize the fragmentation of the urban space generating nodes of connection that provide a structure to the city. In this investigation a procedure is described for the purpose of identifying and prioritizing green connectors amongst the City Parks, evaluating the functionality, security, comfort, and attractions. For this research paper, it is proposed to establish a green web, which links up the main City Parks of Madrid. This methodology is elastic, universal, and due to its simplicity, can be applicable for non-specialized people of the field: these features make this urban concept a very estimable and valued idea that can be taken into consideration for future urban planning and for the development of specific plans with the object of improving the quality of the environment and lead to an increase of the pedestrian potential within the city.

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Item ID: 40130
DC Identifier: http://oa.upm.es/40130/
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Deposited by: Archivo Digital UPM 2
Deposited on: 03 May 2016 08:33
Last Modified: 05 Jun 2017 16:37
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