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    題名: 高速公路對都市土地遠距連接的影響
    The impact of highway on Urban Land Teleconnection
    作者: 李朝誌
    Lee, Chao Chih
    貢獻者: 蔡育新
    劉小蘭

    李朝誌
    Lee, Chao Chih
    關鍵詞: 都市土地遠距連接
    高速公路
    可及性
    Urban land teleconnection
    Highway
    Accessibility
    日期: 2017
    上傳時間: 2017-09-13 15:15:08 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 都市土地遠距連接概念在國際間提出,核心概念為一地之土地使用變遷可能來自於遠距地區之影響,與過去認為土地使用變遷係受周遭地區之影響有所差異。國際上探討其相關主題的文章有日漸增加的趨勢,且多數文章皆提到交通設施於都市土地遠距連接扮演重要角色。然而目前對於都市土地遠距連接多處於概念性探討階段,國內外並未曾出現實證研究來對此概念進行驗證,因此本研究嘗試從交通與土地使用的概念切入,針對都市土地遠距連接進行實證分析。
    本研究選擇台灣本島地區349個鄉鎮市區作為研究對象,應用多階層線性模型(Hierarchical Linear Modeling, HLM)分析民國95年至105間高速公路與都市土地遠距連接的關係。模型變數包含建成地面積變化、可及性相關指標及吸引力相關指標。
    實證模型顯示,高速公路興建增加之可及性與都市土地遠距連接間呈現負向關係,但其係數趨近於0,表示影響極小,而地方吸引力與都市土地遠距連接間呈現正向關係,且係數大於0。根據模型得到以下結論,高速公路的興建對於都市土地遠距連接之影響程度有限,而地方吸引力對於都市土地遠距連接具有較大的影響。
    The concept of urban land teleconnection has been proposed internationally, and the core concept is that land use change may come from the impact of remote areas, which is different from the existing theory that land use change results from the influence of surrounding areas. There is an increasing amount of articles talking about urban land teleconnection in recent years and most of these articles refer to the important role of transport facilities in urban land teleconnection. However, at present, there are no empirical studies to verify the urban land teleconnection. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to conduct an empirical research to analyze the urban land teleconnection from the transportation and land use point of view.

    In this study, hierarchical linear modeling (HLM), which uses the dataset collected in Taiwan’s 349 townships from 2006 to 2016, is applied to analyze the relationship between the highway and urban land teleconnection. In hierarchical linear modeling, the variables include the variation of the built environment, the variation of accessibility caused by the highway construction and the attraction factors.

    The empirical model shows that the variation of accessibility caused by the highway construction has a negative relationship with the urban land teleconnection, but the influence is negligible. Nevertheless, there is an obvious positive relationship between the attraction factors and the urban land teleconnection. According to the model, the construction of highways has a limited influence on the urban land teleconnection, but the attraction factors have a great influence on the urban land teleconnection.
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