TRANSPORT POLICIES, TRANSIT-ORIENTED AND DEVELOPMENT REDISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION IN PERI-URBAN: LESSONS FROM KUALA LUMPUR AND JAKARTA METROPOLITAN AREA

Hayati Sari Hasibuan, Raldi H. Koestoer, Chrisna T. Permana, Bellanti Nur Elizandri, Muhammad Hakim Danial, Jamalunlaili Abdullah

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Abstract

Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is the representation of a compact land-use management strategy relying on a mixture of land use and transport concepts to manage urban sprawl and population. The concept promotes high-density housing, mixed land use, and integrated mobility. Therefore, this article aims to discuss the incorporation process of TOD concept into urban policies and transport planning in Southeast Asian metropolitan cities. The effects of the policies on population movement patterns are examined, specifically in peri-urban areas, which are the most difficult parts of cities. In addition, the case studies include Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur, representing two of the most rapidly developing metropolitan areas in Southeast Asia where TOD has been progressively adopted. Data and information are collected from documentary reviews and interviews. The results show that the duration of TOD policy implementation gives rise to distinct trajectories in peri-urban population redistribution experiences within the two metropolitan areas.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)256-269
Number of pages14
JournalPlanning Malaysia
Volume22
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2024

Keywords

  • Metropolitan Area
  • TOD
  • Transit Policy
  • Urban Sprawl

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