The advantages of a high density, mixed land use, linear urban development

  title={The advantages of a high density, mixed land use, linear urban development},
  author={C. O. Tong and Shing Chung Josh Wong},
This paper describes the land use and transport characteristics of a strip of urban development located along the northern shore of Hong Kong Island. The strip of land, with an area of 22.5 sq. km, is 17 km long and has an average width of 1.3 km. It has a population of approximately one million and provides over 700,000 jobs. Despite its small size, it accommodates the CBD, residential districts, shopping complexes as well as most of the civic/institutional facilities that a city needs. Its… 
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