Improving Waterfront Slow Greenway's Environmental Perception and Strategy for Healthy Cities: Xiaodong River Case Study in Maoming City
DOI: 10.23977/lsuh.2023.050102 | Downloads: 8 | Views: 204
Yu Chen 1, Miaochun Lin 1, Qizhuo Yue 1, Pei Luo 1
1 Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology, Maoming, Guangdong, 525000, China
Corresponding AuthorPei Luo
With the concept of national fitness deeply rooted in people's hearts, outdoor slow-moving space has become an important content of urban construction, and urban waterfront slow-moving greenway is an important activity space for citizens to have leisure and recreational exchanges, which is of great significance to building a healthy urban environment. This paper selects the Xiaodong River slow-moving greenway in Maoming City as the research object, deeply analyzes the citizens' environmental perception experience in walking, and constructs the pedestrian landscape perception evaluation system of the waterfront slow-moving greenway. Based on the post-occupancy evaluation (POE) investigation analysis method and Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), this paper assigns values to each index element, analyzes and summarizes the shortcomings of slow-moving greenway design, and puts forward suggestions for improvement, aiming at providing wisdom for its development.
KEYWORDSWaterfront greenway slow traffic system, post-occupancy evaluation, perceived evaluation, sustainable development, healthy cities
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Yu Chen, Miaochun Lin, Qizhuo Yue, Pei Luo, Improving Waterfront Slow Greenway's Environmental Perception and Strategy for Healthy Cities: Xiaodong River Case Study in Maoming City. Landscape and Urban Horticulture (2023) Vol. 5: 8-14. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/lsuh.2023.050102.
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