INTRODUCTION URBAN LAND USED SYSTEM Urban land use system means the system which manages the land area in urban cities. The land in urban areas should plan very well to mitigate the issues that arise in the future. Planning of buildings, roads, highways, rail ways, ports, stations and flyovers has to be planned under this system. It is very important to plan the urban land properly by placing the infrastructures in the proper places because wrong management plans will creates huge cost for the economy. TRANSPORTATION Transportation means moving goods or people from one place to another place.
The process has had a major impact on many urban landscapes, and has played an important role in the history and demographics of cities around the world. The purpose of urban renewal is to improve specific areas of a city that are poorly developed or underdeveloped. These areas
Development is an inevitable process in all human culture. Urbanization is also a kind of development, which can be measured by population density, specialized economic activities, and urban infrastructure etc.Pacione(2009)defined it as an increase in the proportion of the total population that lives in the urban area. The process may vary in the First and Second World. In this essay, we will discuss some major characteristics of urbanization process of the First World and Third World. Although Tomlinson(2003) pointed out that There is not a single clear definition of the "Third world", Pacione(2009) divided the definition of ' third world' into two senses, politically that refer to the countries not being the members of Soviet Union and
Besides, developing cities also face the threat of losing their diversity and identities. Finding a way to develop effectively and preserve their diversity and identities is an aim of many cities. Large influences on the notions that are shaping urban planning nowadays belong to urban theorist, Jane Jacobs. Her notions showed us how to develop city, make it a better place to live, from own original city, not just replace it by a brand-new city. Her theory about “four generators of diversity” is a key for us to make our city meet its best potential.
Such changes have affected mainly on the individual and society but in different ways  and the phenomenon of cities growth is steadily increase, so the urban population growth rate exceeds the population growth rate . Herper and Gottman defined the urban sprawl process by spread and extension out the border of the city, e.g. the urban sprawl without adhering to the limits of the areas where this process has occurred . The urban sprawl is known as continuing increase in the numbers of the population, whether in regular or irregular housing, which increases the demand on agricultural land, then creates defect in the ecological balance . Several studies indicate that urbanization in cities of developing countries is happening in a quantitative manner rather than quality; e.g.
Elimination can be done by widening the roads and increasing the parking space. The direct contact of vehicles with the house should be strengthened, with street intersections being reduced. A three-dimensional traffic system is introduced, which would greatly enhance the efficiency of transportation. This civic district will be the main transportation deck, from which a vast underground system of trains would transport citizens to and from the surrounding housing
In our daily life, we use our car to go to our workplace, market,... However, car reduces gas that very harmful, which damage the environment. With that but you still have to waste money to buy gas and you also damage the environment. Electric cars, which are designed to replace gas cars in the future, help people save money, are fast but are expensive and lack of resources The need to find alternative energy sources for transportation is being urgently needed. Choice of electric cars as a potential and effective alternative.
Urban sprawl and impacts of transportation: a case study of Pune city Author1: Priya. R. Bangle Department of Masters in Sustainable Architecture Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College of Architecture, Pune Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile # +91-9890042434 Author 2: Mukta Latkar-Talwalkar Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College of Architecture, Pune Email: email@example.com Mobile # +91-7798244110 ABSTRACT Urbanization and mobility of residents are the key issue faced by many cities around the world. It is a very complex phenomenon duet to different modes, linkages, choice of transport and cost. Most people in the city prefer private vehicles as their main mode of daily commute because public transport is insufficient,