Private sector

2021

Short-distance territory : state of play and challenges for the Canton of Geneva

While Geneva’s territorial planning is guided by the principle of densification, this must be accompanied by a reflection on nearby facilities, so that the inhabitants can carry out their daily activities without using a car. Density must therefore be transformed into compactness, both in urban localities and in more rural areas, in order to reach the goal of a “territory of short distances” on the scale of the canton.

Within the framework of the reflections on the next revision of the cantonal master plan, the objective of this study is firstly to establish a state of the art and to define a conceptual framework. Secondly, the aim is to draw up an inventory of the territory from the point of view of short distances in order to highlight the impact of the proximity of amenities on the mobility of inhabitants. Finally, on the basis of this diagnosis, the analysis is deepened through two case studies enabling the formulation of lessons and proposals for the territorial planning policy in view of the next revision of the cantonal master plan.

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Short-distance territory : state of play and challenges for the Canton of Geneva
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