The study of mixed land use pattern with urban network analysis tool around railway station in Bangkok


  • Chaweewan Denpaiboon (special lecture) Department of Housing, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University
  • Hidehiko Kanegae Graduate School of Policy Science, Ritsumekan University, Japan
  • Panot Rattanachum Department of Public Works and Town&Country Planning


mixed land use, rail transportation, urban network analysis, accessibility


This article focuses on the issue of land use change affected by large-scale urban infrastructure development such as road and mass transit rail system. The objectives are as follows; 1) to study the land use change of Bangkok by using urban network analysis tool, 2) to describe the relationship between economic, social factors, lifestyle and travel of service users and residents and 3) to recommend the urban planning measures to promote the integrated utilization of the area by conducting studies and collecting data with both physical surveys high-rise projects around the train station and surveyed with the high-rise residential attitude questionnaire and understanding of the concept of integrated land development by using urban network analysis (UNA). This study was not only shown theaccessibility, placement of building groups and travel of residents and users, but it was also the buildings measure with the shortest approximation that will be connected to the node.


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