Achieving Livable Streets by Interventions: Cases in American Cities and Tainan

  • 尤 傑蘭

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis


The issue of livability faced by contemporary society in the twenty-first century is not at the level of consciousness or thought but in practical methods Tactical Urbanism seems to show a new way to achieve livable streets It uses small-scale low-cost and experimental short-term activities to build mass awareness develop trust among stakeholders and create long-term change This study uses case studies to explore successful approaches to urban cases in the United States including the PARK(ing) in San Francisco the honku in New York and the Better Block in Dallas Then discuss the Tainan cases facing similar issues including the Good Looking Coner the Wujing Lane and Zhengxing Street The study found that the successful way of the U S case lies in using the characteristics of intervention to resonate or change perspectives spread and assemble mass awareness and strength and rally the government's response a link between three things The meaning behind the path also inspires Tainan
Date of Award2020
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorYu-Cheng Wu (Supervisor)

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