Governance of airport areas: the cases of Stockholm and Amsterdam
Airports, large cities’ international points of entry, are essential to the connectivity and proper functioning of these cities, now dominated by flows. Metropolisation is impelling their role to evolve, from simple transport infrastructure facilities into instruments of metropolitan – and even regional – development. This calls for a re-examination of their relationships with their territories, and their modes of governance. […]
This study is linked to the following themes :
Governance | Mobility
Airports and surrounding areas
Cahiers, no. 139-140
With Orly Airport and Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle Airport, Paris Region boasts the sixth largest airport system in the world. Air transport is essential to Paris Region residents and to the regional economy, but relations are difficult between the airports and the local areas ...
Planning, governance and economic development in airport areas
Planning, governance and economic development in airport areas is the final report of the project "METROAirports; Socioeconomic impact and uses of new-generation airports", led by the Barcelona Metropolitan Area, with the Atlanta Regional Commission and L'Institut Paris ...