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Modeling spatiotemporal urban spillover effect of

transportation infrastructure development


(preliminary analysis)
Satoshi Miyazawa
2018-02-15
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Concept

Spatial extension of
Spillover effect

Land price
Land cover / use
Night time light
Property tax revenue
Spillover effect spatial
extent estimation

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Land use
Land utilization segmented
mesh (1 km)
– 1976,1987,1991,199
7,2006,2009,2014
– Area values (0 to
1000000) of each
class in each cell
– http://nlftp.mlit.go.jp/k
sj/gml/datalist/KsjTmpl
t-L03-a.html

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Building area density

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Building area density 1987

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Building area density 1997

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Building area density 2006

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Building area density 2009

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Building area density 2014

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Land price
• Proxy for property tax revenue

• Data
– Publication of Land Price Data
– http://nlftp.mlit.go.jp/ksj/gml/datalist/Ksj
Tmplt-L01-v2_3.html
• Sample point data

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Public Land Price 2017

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Spatial interpolation

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Questions
• Where and how does the spillover effect happen?
– Modeling the spatial extent
• Land use (cover) change -> tax revenue (land price)

• Where are the most impacted areas?


– Detecting clusters
– Aggregation with buffers
http://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/tool-reference/analysis/buffer.htm
• How to scale the model?
– Prototyping using Kyusyu Shinkansen
– Scaling using global geospatial observation data

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Appendix

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Related work

Spatial land price modeling

• Kato, D. et al. (2014) ‘Study on Relativity of City Planning and Property Tax Revenue in Local City’, Journal of the City
Planning Institute of Japan, 49(3), pp. 837–842.
• Inoue, R. et al. (2009) ‘Visualization of Spatial Distribution and Temporal Transition of Land Price in Tokyo 23 Wards Based
on Spatio-Temporal Kriging Interpolation’, Theory and Applications of GIS, 17(1), pp. 13–24.

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Related work

Infrastructure development -> Spatial spillovers on tax revenue and land price
• Kobayashi, H. and Asami, Y. (2015) ‘An empirical analysis of the chronological and spatial spillovers on land price by an urban redevelopment
in city center:A case study on Takamatsu Marugamemachi shopping street’, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 50(2), pp. 239–245.
doi: 10.11361/journalcpij.50.239.
• Tsutsumi, M. and Seya, H. (2008) ‘Measuring the impact of large-scale transportation projects on land price using spatial statistical models’,
Papers in Regional Science, 87(3), pp. 385–401. doi: 10.1111/j.1435-5957.2008.00192.x.

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