The Analytic Network Process is a multi-criteria measurement theory that is used to derive relative priority scales of absolute numbers from individual judgements. The Analytic Network Process offers a general framework to deal with complex decisions, which provides a comparison of the different options. The paper shows the application of the Analytic Network Process to support the decision-making process related to the choice of different transport scenarios in the town of Venaria Reale, Northern Italy. In particular, considering the necessity of improving the connections between the city of Torino and the town of Venaria, the need for new infrastructures emerges. In this sense, it is necessary to investigate different project solutions, taking into account the problems related to sustainable mobility and the impacts on the urban structure that will, from necessity, be changed to a great extent. The paper illustrates the work that has been done in order to make the decision makers able to consider the different aspects of the problem simultaneously, to identify the key questions and to prioritize them.
Analytic Network Process and sustainable mobility: an application for the assessment of different scenarios / Bottero M.; Lami I.M.. - In: JOURNAL OF URBANISM. - ISSN 1754-9175. - 3:3(2010), pp. 275-293.
|Titolo:||Analytic Network Process and sustainable mobility: an application for the assessment of different scenarios|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2010|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17549175.2010.528719|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|