Accessibilità di prossimità per una città più equa. Sperimentazione in un quartiere di Milano

Titolo Rivista TERRITORIO
Autori/Curatori Paola Pucci, Luigi Carboni, Giovanni Lanza
Anno di pubblicazione 2022 Fascicolo 2021/99 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 13 P. 40-52 Dimensione file 624 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2021-099006
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Il paper restituisce i risultati preliminari di una ricerca finalizzata alla costruzione di un indice di accessibilità di prossimità (iapi), utile per migliorare la fruibilità e le dotazioni di servizi essenziali alla scala di quartiere. Iscrivendosi all’interno di un quadro teorico che riconosce il ruolo dell’accessibilità come condizione necessaria per garantire la partecipazione e l’inclusione sociale, il paper propone un indice di accessibilità di prossimità che rappresenta la traduzione operativa del concetto di ‘basic accessibility’ (Martens, 2017) e descrive i risultati di una sua sperimentazione nel quartiere di Crescenzago a Milano.;

Keywords:accessibilità di prossimità; basic accessibility; città dei 15 minuti

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Paola Pucci, Luigi Carboni, Giovanni Lanza, Accessibilità di prossimità per una città più equa. Sperimentazione in un quartiere di Milano in "TERRITORIO" 99/2021, pp 40-52, DOI: 10.3280/TR2021-099006