Job van Eldijk

Doctoral Student at Urban Design and Planning

Job is an urban planner at Ramboll and is a PhD student within the Spatial Morphology research group. He develops a method for the quantification of the barrier effects of motorways and railways in cities. With this method the reduction of barriers can be prioritized in infrastructure projects which can allow more to walk and cycle instead of taking the car.

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Disentangling barrier effects of transport infrastructure: synthesising research for the practice of impact assessment

Job van Eldijk, Jorge Gil, Lars Marcus
European Transport Research Review. Vol. 14 (1)
Journal article

Missing links – Quantifying barrier effects of transport infrastructure on local accessibility

Job van Eldijk, Jorge Gil, Natalia Kuska et al
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. Vol. 85
Journal article

The wrong side of the tracks: quantifying barrier effects of transport infrastructure on local accessibility

Job van Eldijk
Transportation Research Procedia. Vol. 42, p. 44-52
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Quantification of barrier effects of transport infrastructure

Lars Marcus Urban Design and Planning
Jorge Gil Urban Design and Planning
Job van Eldijk Urban Design and Planning
Swedish Transport Administration
Ramböll AB
Centre for Management of the Built Environment (CMB)

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