'Listening' to urban form characteristics in transit-oriented developments (TODs)
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Understanding the relationship between urban form and sound is important for managing the adverse implications of noise. This study explores the nexus between urban form characteristics - namely buildings, plots, and streets - and sound, within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. It focuses on transit-oriented developments (TODs), which are emerging urban forms adjacent to transit stations. Previous studies have examined various aspects of TODs, including the neighbourhood design and transportation services, but have not investigated the impact of urban form on sound within TODs. This paper probes that concept and provides recommendations for urban design practice related to sound and urban form characteristics.
urban form, sound, noise, transit-oriented developments (TODs), Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
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