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    Title: 臺北市公共自行車場站對鄰近住宅價格之影響
    The Impact of Public Bike Station on Residential Housing Values Nearby in Taipei City
    Authors: 莊喻婷
    Contributors: 張金鶚
    江穎慧

    莊喻婷
    Keywords: 公共自行車系統
    住宅價格
    空間計量
    分量迴歸
    public bike system
    housing price
    spatial econometrics
    quantile regression
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-09-02 01:02:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 基於全球暖化、能源短缺等問題日益明顯,臺灣的公共自行車文化也在這幾年逐漸成形,目前臺北市已建置超過200個站點、累積4000萬以上的使用人次,而公共自行車系統除具有對環境友善的綠色交通特性外,亦提供了通勤、轉乘功能,不僅提升大眾運輸服務範圍的及戶性與生活便利度,尚具有休閒、觀光等功能,促進站點周圍景點及熱門商圈的發展。過去國內外文獻大多支持便利的交通設施將透過資本化效果對周圍不動產帶來正向影響,本文試圖釐清公共自行車系統對於周圍地區不動產價格之影響效果。
    本研究選取2012年9月至2015年底之不動產實價登錄交易資料作為研究對象,並運用公共自行車系統共212個站點之座標資料,運用特徵價格理論與迴歸模型進行公共自行車設站後對房價影響效果之分析。實證結果顯示,公共自行車設站後有助於改善周圍地區交通、環境與居住品質,並增加捷運站等交通設施鄰近地區之可及性,對於鄰近地區不動產價值有正向且顯著的提升。
    Due to global warming, energy shortage as well as other environmental issues, the culture of bike sharing in Taiwan has taken shape gradually in recent years. There are over 200 stations of bike sharing system in Taipei with over 40 million citizens that have used it. Such green transportation facility is environmentally friendly and provides the ease of short-distance transit. Not only does it expand the service area of mass rapid transit system, but also promotes the development of locations or shopping areas near bike stations. Many reports reveal that the ease of transport communication would bring positive effects to the real estate around. Therefore, this paper focuses on the influence of bike sharing system on property values.
    The real estate sales information in Taipei City from Sep. 2012 to Dec. 2015 along with 212 locations of bike stations is adapted in this study. Through the use of hedonic price theory and regression model, the analyzed result clearly approves that public bike station provided helps improve the surrounding traffic, the environment and the quality of living as well as the accessibility of the MRT station and other transport facilities and the value of real estate around the stations.
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