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ThinkMind // ICDS 2020, The Fourteenth International Conference on Digital Society // View article icds_2020_3_80_10042


Smart Streets: Definition, Principles, and Infrastructural Elements

Authors:
Theo Lynn
Pierangelo Rosati
Grace Fox

Keywords: Smart Cities; Smart Towns; Smart Street; Street

Abstract:
Shopping streets are the lifeblood of rural towns performing a number of important economic, social, and environmental functions. Streets represent a public realm that is actively and passively consumed depending on how it is structured as a public space. These structures result from historic forces and planning processes that highly influence the norms for how such a space evolves, is moved through, and consumed by individuals or groups. In recent decades, stakeholders have sought to leverage technological advances to combine traditional elements of the public realm with cyber-physical systems to generate intelligence from data analysis in order to modify behaviour and optimise operations and services. While the overwhelming focus of existing research and policy focus is on “smart cities”, there are significant potential benefits for rural communities. However, for many rural towns, the investment required for a “smart town” initiative is prohibitive. We posit that a smart street is more feasible and manageable for rural towns. This paper presents a working definition of a smart street, proposes a series of principles for smart street design, and identifies exemplar infrastructural elements to deliver widely accepted policies and behaviours.

Pages: 74 to 83

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2020

Publication date: March 22, 2020

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2308-3956

ISBN: 978-1-61208-760-3

Location: Valencia, Spain

Dates: from November 21, 2020 to November 25, 2020

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