Date: January 10, 2017
Presenter: Mr. Roberto Ponce-Lopez (MIT-DUSP)
Supervisor: Professor Joseph FERREIRA (MIT)
Singapore is a transit oriented highly dense urban area. Over the last years, the city has been shifting towards a polycentric structure. Today, most places are accessible by transit; jobs cluster around various centers; mixed commercial and residential areas are common; while residential economic and ethnic segregation has been kept low. This spatial configuration impacts on people´s choices about non-work and non-residential destinations.