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Volume 163, 20232023 8th International Conference on Social Sciences and Economic Development (ICSSED 2023)
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|Social Economics and Welfare Distribution
|28 April 2023
A 15-minute Living Circle from the Perspective of Epidemic and Post-epidemic Cities- the Case of Beijing
School of Public Administration and Policy, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China, 100872
In the context of the ongoing epidemic, cities face significant challenges due to their high density, lack of public services, and inadequate health care resources, and the ‘15-minute city’ can provide a turnaround. This paper explores how ‘15-minute cities’ can help cities cope with the epidemic in terms of accessibility, crowd reduction, and public service provision. At the same time, the paper takes Beijing as an example, and through the creation of a ‘buffer zone’ and kernel density analysis of poi data, finds that the construction of ‘15-minute cities’ or ‘15-minute living circles’ in Beijing is lacking in the suburbs, where people need to enter the city centre to access public services and goods, leading to unnecessary congestion. This leads to unnecessary congestion and congestion. Finally, three types of ‘15-minute neighbourhoods’ are explored. Through analysis, this paper finds that larger, enclosable neighbourhoods are the most appropriate for Beijing’s future, particularly in the case of suburban expansion.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2023
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