The Governance of Transportation and Urban Design in Bahrain According to the Fourth Generation Industrial Revolution

The Governance of Transportation and Urban Design in Bahrain According to the Fourth Generation Industrial Revolution

Saad F. AlNuaimi (University of Diyala, Baqubah, Iraq), Wasan M. Mohammed (Al Hadi University College, Baqubah, Iraq), and Nabil T. Ismael (University of Diyala, Baqubah, Iraq)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/IJTD.2019070102
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One of the most important pillars of transportation design is the surrounded urban design. The transport sector in Bahrain needs more efficiency in its performance. It is considered the biggest source of environmental pollution and the deterioration of the local and regional climate of Bahrain, because of traditional transport and traffic plans. The need for adopting the role of governance and decision-making in the Bahraini transport sector and buildings rules sector to develop it according to the new industrial revolution. The research concluded that governance and decision-making should be activated in all sectors; the transport and urban sectors are very important parts of the overall system. The research recommended that the proposed framework be adopted (as the starting point for a new transport system which will be widely affected on the urban design) to be applied in all Bahraini cities.
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Concept Of Governance In Transportation And Urban Design

The transport system is developed and managed by a wide range of government agencies and institutions, since the carriage crossing administrative boundaries of cities, there is a need to coordinate policies and actions between local, regional, national and international levels, as determined by the importance of coordination and integration between the areas Politics within any particular level of Government to promote sustainable development, as well as the increased complexity when the transport system and operator owned by a mixture of public and private operators are working within a framework determined by various government levels, referred to the challenge of directing and coordinating this complex system in the name of the governance (Gudmundsson et al., 2016, p. 111).

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