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BOLOGNA | ATLAS | PILASTRO

GROUP E
KARL MANSOUR
MARCELLE KHATIB
IAN MOREL
MAITREYI MURALI
YE YING
1 ANALYSIS OF PILASTRO
1.1 ACCORDING TO OUR LITERATURE REVIEW
COLLAGE CITY, KEVIN LYNCH, URBAN RYTHMS
1.2 Mobility as a core issue

2. CITY OF ISLANDS

3 URBAN STRATEGY
3.1 THE IMPORTANCE OF SHARING
3.2 SHAPING THW CITY THROUGH PRACTICES OF SHARING

4 SHARING SPACE
1 ANALYSIS OF PILASTRO
APPLYING THE Collage city TO UNDERSTAND THE STRUCTURE OF THE CITY
[LITERATURE REVIEW- COLLAGE CITY BY .........)

SEPERATION - CONNECTION GLOBAL - LOCAL

Sepeartion zone
Seperation Axis
Connection Axis

The infrastructure (red)works as an axis of social seperation and Local building mainly are located in pilastro and in the south.however , high
segreagtion between residential and industrial neighbourhood and end building with globalized activities are concentrated in the north in the
between CAAB and pilastro.However, the green infrastructure acts as axis CAAB- FICO area.
of physical connection between pilastro and the center and pilastro in one
hand and on te other between pilastro and industrial zone.
APPLYING THE IMAGe OF THE city TO UNDERSTAND THE STRUCTURE OF THE CITY
[LITERATURE REVIEW- PRECISE DATA)

NODE LANDMARK

Built form node is where people go to and come from other places . Open spaces The higher scale landmark which are the CAAB , buisness , school of
between buildings also become a node or a potential for future social node . agriculture, towers and virgolone serve as a reference where it defines
Such as the residual spaces between social housing in pilastro. pilastro and CAAB area .while the lower scale building suchas the cultural
building and the sport facilities serves as a significant gathering point that
could be a potential for SOCIAL AGGREGATION SPACE
APPLYING THE URBAN RYTHMS ANALYSIS TO UNDERSTAND THE PRACTICES OF USE
[LITERATURE REVIEW- URBAN RHYTHM ANALYSIS BY MARCO MAREGGI)

[URBAN RHYTHM ANALYSIS]

USERS IN PILASTRO AREA.

RESIDENT WORKING CONSUMMING


ELDER Yes Yes/No Yes Every day Whole
YOUNGSTER Yes Yes/No Yes Every day Whole
PENDULAR (STUDENTS) No Yes Yes Weekdays Average
Weekdays +
CITY USERS No No Yes holidays High
IMMIGRANTS Temporary No/Yes Yes Every day Whole
BUSINESSMEN(WORKERS) No Yes Yes Weekdays AVERAGE
[URBAN RHYTHM ANALYSIS]

Piano Strutturale Comunale


DAYTIME - THE BUILDINGS THAT ARE
DAYTIME - THE BUILDINGS THAT ARE BEING USED BY THE ABOVE USERS BEING USED BY THE ABOVE USERS
DURING THE DAYTIME. Relazione
DURING THEillustrativa
DAYTIME .

Relazione illustrativa

ELDER ELDER
YOUNGSTERS YOUNGSTERS
UNIVERSITY-STUDENTS UNIVERSITY-STUDENTS
BUSINESSMEN & WORKERS BUSINESSMEN & WORKERS
CITY USERS Adozione CITY USERS
munale

Delibera di C.C. n. 157 del 16/07/2007

Approvazione
[URBAN RHYTHM ANALYSIS]

NIGHTIME - THE BUILDINGS THAT ARE BEING USED BY THE ABOVE USERS WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS - THE BUILDINGS THAT ARE BEING USED BY THE
DURING THE NIGHTIME. ABOVE USERS DURING THE WEEKEND AND HOLIDAYS.

ELDER ELDER
YOUNGSTERS YOUNGSTERS
UNIVERSITY-STUDENTS UNIVERSITY-STUDENTS
BUSINESSMEN & WORKERS BUSINESSMEN & WORKERS
CITY USERS CITY USERS
ANALYSIS OF CITY MOBILITY TO UNDERSTAND SEPERATIONS AND CONNECTIONS

[CITY MOBILITY AS A CORE ISSUE]

BARRIERS - THE RAILWAY AND THE HIGHWAYS ACTS AS THE MAIN BARRI- PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION- PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION ROADS ARE THE
ERS IN OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD. ROADS WHICH ARE USED BY PRIVATE CARS/ MOTOR BIKES.
[CITY MOBILITY AS A CORE ISSUE]

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION- THESE ROADS ARE USED BY THE BUSES/TRAM. BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN PATH
2 CITY OF ISLANDS
HOW WE IDENTIFY THE AREA

[PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL-ECONOMICAL ANALYSIS IN THE NORTH-EAST PERIPHERY OF BOLOGNA AREA]

[MOBILITY ANALYSIS IN PILASTRO AREA]

WE HAVE MAPPED THE BARRIERS AS THEY HELP US ANALYSE WHICH PARTS ARE DISCONNECTED FROM THE REST OF THE CITY AND HOW IT NEEDS TO BE
CONNECTED TO THE OTHERS.

THE CITY MOBILITY HAS BEEN CHOSEN AS A CORE ISSUE BECAUSE WE WANTED TO SEE HOW THE NETWORK OF THE VARIOUS LEVELS OF TRANSPORTA-
TION - PRIVATE , PUBLIC AND PEDESTRAIN/ BIKE PATHS WORK.

[URBAN RHYTHM ANALYSIS IN PILASTRO AREA]

THE URBAN RHYTHM ANALYSIS WAS DONE TO UNDERSTAND WHO THE VARIOUS USERS OF THE SPACE WERE, HOW THE SPACE HAS BEEN USED BY THESE
VARIOUS USERS AND AT WHAT TIME PERIODS THESE SPACES ARE USED.

THE VARIOUS USERS IN PILASTRO AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD WEREYOUNGSTERS, UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, ELEDERLY, BUSSINESSMEN AND WORKERS.

THE URABAN RHYTHM ANALYSIS HELP US IDENTIFY WHICH WERE THE ABANDONED AND UN/UNDERUSED AREAS WHICH WOULD BELOOKED AT AS OP-
[ISLAND CITY] ELEMENTS CAUSED FRAGMENTED SITUATION SURROUNDING PILASTRO AREA

FUNCTIONAL SEGREGATION SPATIAL SEGREGATION SOCIAL SEGREGATION

CADRIIANO

CAAB
PILASTRO

VIA LARGA
ROVERI

RESIDENTIAL
INDUSTRIAL ROAD BARRIER MIGRANT LOCAL ELDER

AGRICULTURAL URBAN CONFLICT


SPACE BARRIER AGED GENERATION
TRANSPORTATION

THE NORTH-EAST PERIPHERY OF BOLOGNA IS CHARACTERIZED NOT ONLY BY A GEOGRAPHICAL ALIENATION FROM THE CITY CENTRE, BUT ALSO BY THE
PRESENCE OF URBAN ISLANDS WITHIN, WHICH HAVE A WEAK PHYSICAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONNECTION BETWEEN THEM.
THE CURRENT INNER DIVERSITY OF POPULATION OF PILASTRO NEIGHBORHOODIS NOT ONLY A PRODUCT OF THE GLOBAL SITUATION OF IMMIGRATION, BUT A
LONG PROCESS OF INHABITANT›S FLOWS THAT CAN BE TRACED TO ITS VERY BEGINNING AS A RESIDENCE FOR SOUTHERN ITALIAN WORKERS. ON THE OTHER
HAND, THE SURROUNDING AREAS ARE CHARACTERIZED BY STRONG TRANSFORMATION PROJECTS THAT ACT AS NEW URBAN CENTRALITIES AND ATTRACT
VERY DIFFERENT USERS FROM THE TRADITIONAL INHABITANTS OF PILASTRO, OFFERING LIMITED OPPORTUNITIES TO INTEGRATE THEM: CADRIANO-THAT IS
PART OF THE AGRICULTURAL AREA, ROVERI-ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT INDUSTRIAL SPACES FOR THE PEOPLE OF BOLOGNA METROPOLITAN AREA, AND
THE CAAB-ALSO AN INSDUSTRIAL AREA, PART OF IT SERVING AS AN AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD EXHIBITION COMPLEX THAT ATTRACTS VISITORS FROM ALL
ITALY AND EUROPE.
[MENTAL MAP] AN INTERPRETATION OF PILASTRO AS A “CITY OF ISLANDS” ACCORDING TO OUR ANALYSIS.
INSPIRED BY “THE NAKED CITY”

THE MENTAL MAP WAS AN INVENTIVE METHOD FOR EXPLORING CITIES, AIMED AT HELPING PEDESTRIANS TO SWAY FROM THEIR PREDICTABLE TRAJECTO-
RY. THE IDEAL OUTCOME WAS THAT PEDESTRIANS WOULD BECOME MORE AWARE OF THEIR OVERLOOKED URBAN SURROUNDINGS AND WOULD BEGIN TO
SEE NEW POSSIBILITIES OF EXPERIENCING EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE CITY. GUY DEBORD’S MOST REMARKABLE CONCEPT WITHIN PSYCHOGEOGRAPHY WAS
HIS NOTION OF THE DÉRIVE (THE DRIFT), A METHOD OF WANDERING, IN WHICH THE SUBJECTS TRAJECTORY WAS DETERMINED BY THE CITY’S PSYCHOGEO-
GRAPHICAL MAPPING.THE SITUATIONISTS ALSO USED MAPS, MAKING ALTERATIONS TO THEM IN ORDER TO HELP INSTIGATE UNPREDICTABLE TRAJECTO-
RIES.
3 URBAN STRATEGY
SHARING CITIES AND WHY ARE THEY IMPORTANT?
We are interested in cities because these urban environments are where sharing has always happened and been intensive in order
for people to survive. Paul Bairoch believes that people began living together in larger and larger numbers around12,500 years ago
as they started to farm food, rather than rely on hunting and gathering. As these groups of people grew into larger communities,
they establishevillages, towns and cities. The success of these communities was based upon peoplesharing space, food, skills and
trading opportunities in order to flourish, as theyrealised that it was easier to work together to share the effort and rewards
than to go it alone. Cities, though, aren’t just places where sharing takes place; they are a product of shared creation and co-pro-
duction. They are places that have come into reality, survived and succeeded due to shared endeavour. So, with our interest in cities
and making them better places to live, work and play,we are keen to understand more about the sharing that takes place in them.
But why is this important?
For one thing, we believe that if more people shared what they had (mostly the good stuff), then we might use and consume less
stuff. This couldlead to us using less carbon and fewer non-renewable resources, which could help in the fight against climate
change in cities. Sharing also has been known to increasepeople’s wellbeing, so if people are happier and get to know others in their
cities in the process of sharing, why not do it more? A third reason for wanting to knowmore about sharing in cities is that if those in
power, like local governments (and increasingly businesses), see that sharing is helping the planet, helping our wallets and helping
citizens cope with the pressures and stresses of living where they do, then perhaps they’ll invest more money to make sharing ‘a
thing’.
shaping the city through practices of sharing

food knowledge energy mobility


[STRATEGY]

USING RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY TO HELP FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE.

ZERO WASTE MANAGEMENT THROUGH VARIOUS STRATEGIES HELPS US ON ACHIEVING CIRCULAR ECONOMY.
ENERGY

SUSTAINABLE USE OF LAND AND NATURE HELPS US ACHIEVE URBANISM ROOTED IN ECOLOGY.

IMPROVING AIR QUALITY IN TURN TO IMPROVE THE URBAN HEALTH OF THE PEOPLE.

E- CHARGING HELPS US MOVE TOWARDS DIGITAL TRANSITION WHICH IMPROVES URBAN ECONOMY AND
INVOLVES THE GOVERNMENT.

SHARING KNOWLEDGE FACILITATES GROWTH AND GENERATE INNOVATION.

SHARING KNOWLEDGE THROUGH STARTUP HUBS AND INCUBATORS THAT WOULD TAKE PLACE IN VACANT BUSI-
NESS BUILDINGS WOULD LED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL URBAN ECONOMY AND SOCIAL INCLUSION.
KNOWLEDGE

SHARING HUBS LIKE SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES, UNIVERSITIES TO HELP PEOPLE GET TOGETHER AND LEAD TO COMMU-
NITY BUILDING AND SOCIAL COHESION.

INTERACTION BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES AND THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR WILL NEED TO NEW INNOATION AND
CREATIVE WAYS TO ENHANCE THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR.

CULTURAL SPACES CAN ACTS AS KNOWLEDGE SHARING SPACES WHERE PEOPLE WOULD LEARN AND EXCHANGE
NEW IDEAS AND SKILLS SUCH AS MUSIC, DANCE. THIS, IN TURN WOULD LEAD TO SOCIAL COHESION AND COMMU-
NITY BUILDING.

SHARING KNOWLEDGE THROUGH WELL BEING IN OPEN PUBLIC SPACES SUCH AS PARKS, OUTDOOR GYMS ETC.
TO ACHIEVE GOOD URBAN HEALTH.

FOOD TO ACHIEVE URBAN ECONOMY AND CREATIVE POTENTIALOF FOOD SHARING.

FOOD AS SUPPORT FOR A REGIONAL CHRACTER AND LOCAL IDENTITY.

INNOVATE AND RESPONSIBLE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT HELPS THE SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT OF PEOPLE WITH
GOVERNANCE.

FOOD HELPS US BRING TOGETHER DIFFERENT COMMUNITIES TOGETHER WHICH LEADS TO SOCIAL COHESION.

GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE HELPS US PROMOTE URBANISM ROOTED IN ECOLOGY AND HELPS US FIGHT
CLIMATE CHANGE.
MOBILITY

IMPROVED AIR QUALITY BY CONTROLLING CARBON EMISSION LEADS TO BETER URBAN HEALTH.

CAR POOLING LEADS TO LESS CARBON EMISION AND THUS INCREASES AIR QUALITY.
E-SHARING AND ELECTROIC CHARGING MAKES US BELIEVE THAT THE CITY IS MOVING TOWARDS DIGITAL
TRANSITION WHICH INVOLVES BOTH THE GOVERNMENT AND THE CITIZENS.
FOOD
SHARING
[STRATEGY- FOOD SHARING ] FOOD GROWERS
FOSTERING LOCAL ECONOMY THROUGH A NETWORK OF FOOD PRO-
Sun
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DUCTION
- SOCIAL AND ORGANIC AGRICULTURE INCENTIVE NETWORK. EN-
COURAGE FARMERS TO SUPPORT LOCAL DISTRIBUTION THROUGH
TAX REDUCTIONS IF THEY INCLUDE IN THEIR FARM OR URBAN GAR-
DEN SOME INTERFACE WITH THE PUBLIC, (DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD;
DDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES, COMMUNITY GARDENS).
- FOOD ECONOMY: NETWORK OF COOPERATION. CREATE LONG-
TERM, SELF-SUSTAINING JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR DISADVANTAGED
PEOPLE IN THE PRODUCTION OF FOOD AT FARMSTEADS (CASCINAS)
AND URBAN GARDENS.
- OPEN SOURCE FOOD NETWORK:.
FREE PRODUCE AT OPEN FOOD GARDENS IN PUBLIC SPACES. RE-AP-
OD PRO- PROPRIATION OF ABANDONED OR UNUSED IRREGULAR SPACES
age far-
WITHIN PILASTRO, INCLUDING VACANT LOTS, FLOWERBEDS AND
ey inclu- ROUNDABOUTS.
(distri-
CREATION OF NEW LINES OF FRUIT TREES FOR PUBLIC HARVEST.
elf-sus- FOOD DISTRIBUTORS
ction of
REDUCING WASTE AND INVOLVING SOCIETY THROUGH A DIFFERENT
DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD
ation of
g vacant
- FARMER’S MARKET. IMPLEMENTATION OF A NEW MARKET WHERE
THE GOODS PRODUCED INSIDE PILASTRO’S FOOD PRODUCTION
NETWORK CAN BE EXCHANGED THROUGH SCHEMES OF SELLING,
BARTERING OR GIFTING.
FFERENT
- SPOTS OF EXCHANGE NETWORK. RESTAURANTS, CAFFES AND SO-
FOSTERING A
Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun
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e goods CIAL CENTRES THAT CONNECT NEIGHBOURS WITH EACH OTHER AND
changed
WITH LOCAL BUSINESSES SO SURPLUS FOOD CAN BE SHARED, NOT
SUSTAINABLE LOCAL
Pizzeria

centres Tabacchi
THROWN AWAY.
FOOD ECOSYSTEM
esses so
Restaurant
FOOD CONSUMERS
Supermarket
COMMUNITY BUILDING THROUGH FOOD SHARING
Public open spaces CAAB
Kitchen
THROUGH SHARING - KITCHEN SHARE: A PUBLIC SPACE TO COOK AND BORROW A WIDE
y of kit- Garden
VARIETY OF KITCHEN APPLIANCES. THIS SPACE HELPS RESIDENTS
w skills Public Parks
NETWORKS SAVE MONEY, LEARN NEW SKILLS FROM NEIGHBORS, AND REDUCE
THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT.
KNOWLEDGE
SHARING
[STRATEGY- KNOWLEDGE SHARING ] ABANDONED NEIGHBORHOOD -AGRICULTURE LANDS AND ROOFTOPS :COLLABORA-
TION WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE TO ENHANCE THE PRODUCTION OF FOOD
Sun ,THE AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY AND CREATION OF SOCIAL ENTREPRISE .IN VIA BATTI-
8 14 20
RAME “ORTOCIRCUITO” IS A PLOT PROJECT FOR PERMACULTURE AND BIODYNAMIC
AGRICULTURE CAN BE REAPPLIED IN THE PROJECT OF GREEN CORRIDOR IN ROVERI
PROJECT AND ON THE ROOFS OF PILASTRO SOCIAL HOUSING.

OUTDOOR GYM: USING PARKS IN PILASTRO AND IN ROVERI TO ENCOURAGES A WIDER


VARIETY OF USERS
TO BUILDS POSITIVE COMMUNITY EQUITY FOR FACILITIES.
almaCube EXPANDS AMENITY OFFERING WITH LOW INSTALLATION COSTS

WORKSHOPS-SCHOOL IN PILASTRO: IT RUNS AT SCHOOLS/UNIVERSITY AFTER


ity
SCHOOL HOURS A RANGE OF FREE CLASSES TO HELP THE COMMUNITY LEARN SOFT
dy-
SKILLS AND TO PROVIDE VOCATIONAL TRAINING AS CARPENTERS, ELECTRICIANS,
AS WELL AS OTHER SKILLS NEEDED. THIS PILOT PROJECT AIMS TO PREPARE AND
EDUCATE UNEMPLOYED YOUTH FOR THE JOB MARKET WITH SKILLS THAT THEY CAN
EMPLOY IN THEIR NEIGHBOURHOOD.
CLUB CULTURAL BOLOGNA: USING THE CHURCH AND CULTURAL CENTER IN PILASTRO
via battirame
TO CREATE A VIBRANT ARTS SCENE IN BOLOGNA THROUGH COLLABORATION.

fablab
SPORT FOR SOCIAL COHESION : THE PROJECT’S GOAL IS TO EMPOWER ITALIANS
AND IMIGRANTS TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY WITH ONE ANOTHER, USING SOCCER ,
DANCE, SWIMMING, AND OTHER SPORTS AS A WAY TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS.

PEACE THROUGH SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP: PEER PRODUCTION FOR A NEW COM-


MONS ECONOMY USING CAFES, FABLAB AND ALMA CUBE AS A MAIN INCUBATORS
to AND CONSULTANCY HUB FOR START-UPS IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE COLLABORATION
WITH DIFFERENT GROUPS (SOCIAL COHESION) AND IN ORDER TO SPREAD OVER SUR-
Legend Legend ROUNDING AREA AND SHARING STARTUPS IDEAS WITHIN THE REGION’S ECONOMY.

o
Knowledge opportunity
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SHARE YOUR
Knowledge opportunity (Facilities/
Companies)
(Facilities/ Companies)
Library
Buisness
Sports facilities
KNOWLEDGE. IT IS
Buisness Vacant/abadnaned spaces
MOBILE SHACKS AND TEMPORARY USE AS A MEANS OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT: THE
MOBILE SHACKS CAN BE PLACED IN THE ABADONENT AREAS,VACANT AREAS/UN-
Schools
Cultural center
Education
University
Parks
A WAY TO ACHIEVE
Sports facilities
Cultural center
Agriculture
DERDEVELOPMENT ALONG THE RAILYARD AND NEXT TO MIRAVILLE. THEY MEANT TO
OCCUPY VACANT LOTS TEMPORARILY, AS A MOCK-UP OF THE FUTURE INTERVENTION.
Cultural spaces THE FRAMES CAN THEN BE PLACED AND ASSEMBLED ON-SITE. THESE INTERVEN-
Vacant/abadnaned spaces
Church
Agriculture
IMMORTALITY.
Education Incubators & cafe TIONS WILL FOSTER SOCIAL ENTREPRENUSRSHIP AND SOCIAL COHESION.
Sport Parks
center
Incubators & cafe
Network of knowledge sharing
– THE DALAI LAMA Network of knowledge sharing
ENERGY
SHARING
[STRATEGY- ENERGY SHARING] INTRODUCING MORE NUMBER OF SOLAR PANELS ON THE NORTHEN PART OF PILASTRO, NEXT TO CAAB,
WILL HELP IN HARNESSING THE SOLAR ENERGY IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY. IF ANY BUILDINGS ARE BUILT
THERE IN THE FUTURE, A POLICY REGARDING IMPLEMENTATION OF SOLAR PANELS ON THE ROOF
OF THE BUILDINGS COULD BE INTRODUCED SO THAT THE SUNS RAYS CAN BE USED FOR PRODUCING
ENERGY.THE INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS IN ROVERI ARE ALSO SOLAR PANELED.

USING GAS STATIONS AND PUBLIC PARKING SPACES AS SOURCES TO INTRODUCE ELECTRONIC
CHARGING POINTS FOR ELECTRONIC VEHICLES.

MUNICIPAL WASTE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES :


1) REPAIR CAFÉS - THE REPAIR CAFÉ FOUNDATION BUILDS COMMUNITY BY FIXING THINGS
THE REPAIR CAFÉ CONNECTS PEOPLE WHO ARE SKILLED IN FIXING THINGS WITH COMMUNITY
MEMBERS WHO NEED ITEMS TO BE FIXED ONCE A MONTH AT THE GROUND FLOOR OF THE BUILDINGS
OF THE PILASTRO NEIGHBOURHOOD. THE REPAIR EXPERTS SHARE THEIR KNOWLEDGE WITH THE
COMMUNITY MEMBERS, WHO LEARNED THAT REPAIR IS POSSIBLE, AND OFTEN NOT THAT DIFFICULT,
WITH A LITTLE BIT OF COMMUNITY SUPPORT, PEOPLE WILL GET TO EXPERIENCE FIRSTHAND THE
VALUE OF REPAIRING THINGS INSTEAD OF BUYING NEW STUFF TO REPLACE THEM.
2) COMPOST PEDALLERS TURN FOOD WASTE INTO A BOON FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES
COMPOST PEDALLERS IS A 100 PERCENT BIKE-POWERED COMPOST RECYCLING ENTERPRISE,THAT
COLLECTS
COMPOSTABLE ORGANIC WASTE FROM HOMES AND BUSINESSES AND TAKES IT TO LOCAL URBAN
FARMS AND COMMUNITY GARDENS. THIS INTEGRATED APPROACH REDUCES FOOD WASTE AND
CREATES COMPOST FOR URBAN AGRICULTURE, WHICH STRENGTHENS LOCAL FOOD SYSTEMS AND
FOSTERS SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD LEVEL.
3) CLEAN UP CAMPAIGNS BUILDS COMMUNITY BY CLEARING UP WASTE
CLEAN UP CAMPAIGNS CAN BE ORGANISED TO BRING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER TO CLEAN UP THE
DIRTY PARKS AND OPEN SPACES SHARED BY THE PUBLIC. IT CREATES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A CREAT-
ING A CLEAN AND GREEN ENVIRONMENT AND MAKES THE LIVEABILITY OF THE CITIZENS BETTER.
INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES : BOLOGNA HAS A CORPORATE COMPANY CALLED
Legend HERA WHICH HANDLES ALL THE INDUSTRIAL RELATED WASTE TREATEMENT. IT HAS VARIOUS PLANTS
ACROSS BOLOGNA FOR THE TREATMENT OF WASTE INTO ENERGY AND WASTE COLLECTION.
Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun
8 14 20 8 14 20 8 14 20 8 14 20 8 14 20 8 14 20 8 14 20 Existing Energy Facilities/ Companies WATER IS THE MOST BASIC ELEMENT WITHOUT WHICH LIFE WILL NOT SUTAIN. ACCESS TO CLEAN,
Gas Station FRESH WATER IS BECOMING A SCARCITY. ON ONE HAND, CITIES ARE WORKING TO REDUCE RISK,
Gas stations
Existing energy facilities QUANTIFY UNCERTAINTY ABOUT HAVING A SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY, AND MAKE COMMUNITIES
Buissness
Parking MORE RESPONSIVE AND RESILIENT TO A CHANGING PLANET. WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IS A
Industry VERY IMPORTANT PART OF SHARING OF ENERGY.
Proposed Energy Facilities/ Area
Parking WIND ENERGY COOPERATIVE WHICH ENABLES CITIZENS TO TO PRODUCE THEIR OWN CLEAN ENERGY -
Wind Mills WIND COOPERATIVES ALLOW MULTIPLE HOUSEHOLDS TO POOL THEIR FUNDS TO COLLECTIVELYBUILD
Solar Panels ONE OR MORE WIND TURBINES. AS CO-OWNERS, THEY MAKE INVESTMENT DECISIONS AND NEGOTIATE
THE TERMS WITH OPERATORS OF LARGER ELECTRIC NETWORKS.
Rainwater Reserve area
IN THE CASE OF PILASTRO, WINDMILLS CAN BE PLACED IN THE WEST OF CAAB SO THAT THE WIIND
CAN BE HARNESSED TO ITS FULLEST FOR PRODUCING ENERGY.
MOBILITY
SHARING
[STRATEGY- MOBILITY ] A CITY WITH CARS – NOT A CITY FOR CARS :WHILE IN MANY CONTEXTS, THE CAR HAS A
CRUCIAL FUNCTION,
EFFICIENT CAR TRAVEL IN A MAJOR CITY REQUIRES PEOPLE TO MAKE THE MAJORITY OF
JOURNEYS BY OTHER MODES OF TRANSPORT. FOR BOLOGNA’S TRANSPORT SYSTEM TO
FUNCTION EFFICIENTLY, AND FOR CAR TRAFFIC
TO FUNCTION EFFICIENTLY, THE PROPORTION OF JOURNEYS UNDERTAKEN BY CAR MUST BE
REDUCED. MORE PEOPLE NEED TO CHOOSE TO WALK, CYCLE AND USE PUBLIC TRANSPORT.
TO ACHIEVE THIS, THE STREET ENVIRONMENT MUST MAKE THE STEP-BY-STEP TRANSITION
TO MORE DEDICATED LANES FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT, MORE CYCLE LANES, FEWER PARKING
PLACES AND AN ENHANCED STREET ENVIRONMENT FOR PEDESTRIANS
ROAD TRAFFIC IS ONE OF THE CITY’S LARGEST ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES, THROUGH AIR
POLLUTION, NOISE AND EMISSIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES.THE CITY’S LONG-TERM IN-
VESTMENT IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND, MORE RECENTLY, IN CONGESTION TAX AND BICYCLE
TRAFFIC HAVE LED TO A RELATIVELY LOW LEVEL OF EMISSIONS PER INHABITANT.
HOWEVER THE ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS ASSUME A CONTINUED RAPID TREND IN THE RIGHT
DIRECTION. THE PLANNED EXPANSION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT WILL HELP, BUT MORE IS
NEEDED ACCORDING TO THE CITY’S ACTION PLANS FOR CLIMATE AND ENERGY, INCLUDING
-MORE LANES FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND CYCLE LANES/CYCLE PATHS
-RAISED PARKING CHARGES
-PROMOTION OF CAR POOLS
-INCREASED CAPACITY UTILIZATION FOR GOODS VEHICLES

INVEST IN ATTRACTIVE NODES : THAT CAN HAVE A POTENTIAL AND IMPROVE MOBILITY. THE
BALANCE BETWEEN LOCAL AND REGIONAL NEEDS MUST BE MANAGED AND IT IS POSSIBLE
THAT A PARTIAL CHANGE IN TRAVEL PATTERNS IS NEEDED IN THESE LOCATIONS AS COMPA-
RED WITH TOTHER PARTS OF THE SUBURBS.
CONNECT CITY DISTRICTS : CONNECTING A CITY TOGETHER COMPRISES FAR MORE THAN
JUST PHYSICAL LINKS THAT ENABLE MOVEMENT. HOWEVER, THE ROAD NETWORK HAS A KEY
ROLE IN PHYSICALLY LINKING THE NODES TO EACH OTHER, THE CENTRE OF THE CITY AND THE
REGION AS A WHOLE. TODAY, THE CAR IS THE FASTEST ALTERNATIVE FOR MANY CONNEC-
TIONS BETWEEN TWO POINTS OUTSIDE OF THE INNER CITY. THE POSSIBILITY OF PERFORMING
Proposed Strategy
Legend These nodes are part of the strategy to transform
Existing Mobility existing parking spaces near them into a transition
Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun
Highway space or a transportation hub where one can PROMOTE A VIBRANT URBAN ENVIRONMENT:THE STREET ENVIRONMENT PLAYS A DECISIVE
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Main & Secondary
Bus Lane
switch from private system to public transporta- ROLE IN BLOGNA’S PUBLIC SPACES AND THE ROLE OF THE ROAD AND STREET NETWORK AS A
Schools Railway tion and even slow mobility. PUBLIC SPACE AND NOT JUST AS
Bike Lane This Part of the strategy will also be using the
CAAB Bus / Train Stops
spaces ( private parkings) in schools- caab- univer- A TRANSPORT ROUTE MUST BE STRENGTHENED. THE ESSENCE OF THIS STRATEGY IS THAT
Public Parking
University Private Parking sity- business center and Meraville that are used PEOPLE SHOULD BE ABLE TO MOVE SAFELY AROUND THE CITY ON FOOT OR BY BICYCLE.
Meraville Porposed Strategy
during part of the day and transformed them into ACCESSIBILITY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AS WELL AS THE MOBILITY OF CHILDREN ARE
Buissness temporary functions like cafes or event spaces A PARTICULAR PRIORITY. WHOLE. TODAY, THE CAR IS THE FASTEST ALTERNATIVE FOR MANY
TRANSPORTATION HUB during vacant time.
Industry CONNECTIONS BETWEEN
Bike racks Bike racks : The use of existing nodes to have new
Cycle/ped path bike stops. TWO POINTS OUTSIDE OF THE INNER CITY. THE POSSIBILITY OF PERFORMING SUCH JOURNEYS
new Bike Lane
public parking to be switched
New bike lane:develop a new soft mobility network WITH PUBLIC TRANSPORT (PRIMARILY BY BUS OR TRAMWAY), ON BICYCLES OR ON FOOT
public parking to be switched linked to the existing bike lane while promoting MUST ALSO BE ENHANCED.
temporary Vacant Space this kind of mobility using street new pavements
and existing abandonned roads.
SHARING
SPACE
integrated scenarios and identifying spaces for transformation

SHARING KNOWLEDGE HUB SHARING ENERGY HUB

SHARING MOBILITY HUB SHARING FOOD HUB


REFRENCES
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presentation refrences:
antwerp structure plan
seven cities of bologna