Lisa Hansson fra Høgskolen i Molde har sammen med Aud Tennøy (TØI), Enza Lissandrello (Aalborg universitet) og Petter Næss (NMBU) fått publisert en artikkel i tidsskriftet Progress in Planning.
Lisa Hansson of Molde University College has, together with Aud Tennøy (TØI), Enza Lissandrello (Aalborg University) and Petter Næss (NMBU), published an article in the journal Progress in Planning.
Sammendrag av artikkelen / Summary of the article:
How planners' use and non-use of expert knowledge affect the goal achievement potential of plans: Experiences from strategic land-use and transport planning processes in three Scandinavian cities
Several municipalities today have a goal to limit or reduce traffic volumes and greenhouse gas emissions of transport. However, the municipal plans often include conflicts, which affect the possibility to achieve this goal. The paper focus on the role of planners' expert knowledge in the planning processes. A central question is whether, and how, expert knowledge affect the content and goal achievement potential of plans. Planning processes in in three Scandinavian cities have been analyzed, using documents and interviews. The results show that planners use expert knowledge to understand, explain and argue for how and why coordination is necessary, and for selecting traffic-reducing measures. The results also indicate that non-use of expert knowledge partly explain a reduction of a plans goal achievement potential.
Fakta om artikkelen og sammendrag finner du i Cristin.
See Cristin for abstract and link to fulltext.