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Urban development and mobility

Within this research focus, ILS researchers look at the complex interaction between urban development and spatial mobility in the context of social trends. Urban development is on the one hand responsible for creating the right framework conditions for spatial mobility, while on the other hand spatial mobility, as witnessed by in- and out-migration or daily commuting patterns, changes a town or city. There are three main themes defining work within this research focus:
Locational decisions: cores and networks
A core aspect of this theme are the locational decisions taken by companies and private households, as these decisions are greatly influenced by the development of urban structures. On the one hand important reference points can be located in a certain area, playing a decisive role in any locational decision. On the other hand, spatial structures are the result of individual locational decisions and are therefore themselves subject to permanent change. Understanding this interaction is the basic goal of ILS research work in this area. Different developments such as regionalisation and re-urbanisation need to be taken into account here, as do the effects of globalisation and metropolisation.
Contact:
Frank Osterhage
Phone : + 49 (0) 231 9051-216
E-Mail: frank.osterhage@ils-research.de

Everyday mobility
ILS research into everyday mobility spotlights changes in mobility patterns among the population. The deep-going societal changes influencing everyday mobility decisions in cities and regions in Germany constitute the starting point for this ILS research theme. Researchers concentrate on the mobility behaviour attitudes of individuals or individual user groups, looking at the interaction between everyday mobility and urban development. A special focus is put here on immigrants, senior citizens and the young. In the light of the concrete social effects of climate change and depletion of fossil fuels, the design of interfaces and the integration of innovative offers into the (pubic) transport system are also important research aspects.
Contact:
Dr. Dirk Wittowsky
Phone : + 49 (0) 231 9051-264
E-Mail: dirk.wittowsky@ils-research.de

Social inclusion and spatial fragmentation
Against the background of the increasing fragmentation of cities, this third theme looks at the interaction between spatial mobility and social mobility. Whereas on the one hand locational decisions and everyday mobility patterns are the result of social and economic access opportunities, social inclusion is also greatly dependent on whether spatial mobility is possible or not. In the context of various research projects, the social and spatial permeability of certain urban neighbourhoods and the different forms of migration into cities and their various effects on spatial structures are looked into. (New) forms of transnationality and their effects of urban development are also on the research agenda.
Contact:
Ralf Zimmer-Hegmann
Phone : + 49 (0) 231 9051-240
E-Mail: ralf.zimmer-hegmann@ils-research.de