International Symposium on Mainstreaming Quality of Life in Evaluation of Transport and Spatial Planning
19 April 2021
Time of event
16:45–21:30 Tokyo time
Quality of life evaluation of transport infrastructure measures project performance relative to its impact on individual happiness and social burden. Quality of life evaluation’s integrated approach could also boost transport infrastructure policymaking and the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Chubu University has been a leader of quality of life evaluation research within the sector, conducting a three-year road transport study supported by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
This ADBI-Chubu University-World Conference on Transport Research Society international symposium examined quality of life transport infrastructure evaluation, spatial planning, and their implications for developing Asia. The focus was on quality of life evaluation’s principles, application, and sustainable growth benefits, drawing upon case studies from France, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
- Explore transport infrastructure quality of life evaluation and its impacts
- Assess country-level case studies and policy lessons for developing Asia
- Discuss ways to improve quality of life through transport project development and spatial planning
- Transport policy makers and experts from Asian Development Bank (ADB) member economies
- Enhanced understanding of transport infrastructure quality of life evaluation and its implications
- Knowledge and experience-sharing for strengthening the quality of life benefits of transport project development and spatial planning
- Research presented during the symposium will be considered for inclusion in a related book
- Chubu University
- World Conference on Transport Research Society