Retail precinct management: A case of commercial decentralization in Singapore

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Retail precinct management: A case of commercial decentralization in Singapore
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Retail precinct management: A case of commercial decentralization in Singapore
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Transportation Research Procedia
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Publication Date:
25 February 2016
Citation:
Transportation Research Procedia Volume 12, 2016, Pages 765-776
Abstract:
This paper reviews the logistics challenges of a decentralization strategy in Singapore. The main purpose of an urban decentralization, where the commercial hubs and retail clusters are distributed in several regional centers is to relieve congestion from the city center and to move business closer to home. However, this approach can also create congestion in regional centers due to the rapid flow of public, private and freight vehicles in and out of regional centers. This paper identifies three major challenges and proposes Retail Precinct Management (RPM) which consists of four inter-related components to overcome these challenges.
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
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ISSN:
2352-1465
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