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Time has become an increasingly important topic in urban studies and urban planning. The spatial-temporal interplay is not only of relevance for the theory of urban development and urban politics, but also for urban planning and governance. The space-time approach focuses on the human being with its various habits and routines in the city. Understanding and taking those habits into account in urban planning and public policies offers a new way to improve the quality of life in our cities. Adapting the supply and accessibility of public spaces and services to the inhabitants' space-time needs calls for an integrated approach to the physical design of urban space and to the organization of cities. In the last two decades the body of practical and theoretical work on urban space-time topics has grown substantially. The book offers a state of the art overview of the theoretical reasoning, the development of new analytical tools, and practical experience of the space-time design of public cities in major European countries. The contributions were written by academics and practitioners from various fields exploring space-time research and planning. von Henckel, Dietrich
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Dietrich Henckel (Prof. Dr.) holds the Chair of Urban and Regional Economics at the Technical University of Berlin's Institute of Urban and Regional PlanningBenjamin Könecke (BA in Urban and Regional Planning) is a researcher at the Technical University of Berlin's Institute of Urban and Regional Planning Susanne Thomaier (Dipl.-Geogr.; M.A. Urban Affairs and Public Policy) is a researcher at the Technical University of Berlin's Institute of Urban and Regional PlanningStefano Stabilini (Architect Prof.) is a researcher and professor at the Politecnico di Milano's Architecture and Planning DepartmentRoberto Zedda (Architect) is a researcher at the LabSAT (Analisi e progettazione spaziotemporale), part of the Politecnico di Milano's Architecture and Planning Department