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VINKLA - Roadprocess of natural and cultural landscapes

Published: 20 April 2011

When the natural and cultural values ​​can be considered together with other aspects of the road plan-bonding methods, the deal with many actors and values ​​together with a large amount of knowledge base of diverse types and formats. All this will be integrated into holistic assessments at various stages from preliminary study of work to operational stage, and sometimes also in the monitoring context. For infrastructure planning to develop a broader planning context, integrated with local and regional METS need for effective coordination at the government level, something that is missing today. For the management of all of this information, knowledge and values ​​is a great need of supportive methodology.

The purpose of this project is to explore and build knowledge on more effective planning process in which natural and cultural values ​​are given appropriate treatment by being integrated into the whole road planning process at all levels from pre-study to follow up and exchange experience reversals. Based on this methodology will be proposed to support this type of qualitative values ​​in road planning processes.

In collaboration with VTI, Linköping, SLU Alnarp, Landscape Architecture
 
The project is financed within the SRA SNE-RPD Centre of Excellence - Road Planning and Design accession

Based on this methodology will be proposed to support this type of qualitative values ​​in road planning processes.

VINKLA project implemented in collaboration with VTI, Linköping, SLU Alnarp, Landscape Architecture.

The project is financed within the SRA SNE-RPD Centre of Excellence - Road Planning and Design.