About the Journal
1. Environmentally Based Regional Planning
Environmentally Friendly Development is an effort to preserve the environment by holding a development based on natural resources, and adapting to the carrying capacity of the environment in order to preserve nature and help increase environmental resilience. Planning and development while maintaining resilience aim to maintain the sustainability of the natural environment, the artificial environment, and the social environment for future generations so that planning can continue without stopping at a period of development. In addition, this topic contains the impact of development on environmental quality as well as an important topic that cannot be ignored in the scope of environmental-based regional planning such as urban hits, environmental pollution, land degradation, global warming, and so on.
2. Urban Infrastructure and Transport Planning
The theme of Urban Transportation and Infrastructure Planning is a very interesting theme, considering that these themes are the main things that are always developing, innovating, and interesting to research. Changes in the pattern of life that occur in the midst of people's lives as a result of economic growth and other logical consequences of the environment are the dominant factors in the growth of transportation. Therefore, efforts to organize transportation must be carried out based on a systemic approach to produce a comprehensive and effective management concept.
In the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 towards 5.0, transportation and infrastructure planning is directed to always be future-oriented which is currently known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Action Plan, one of which is; Sustainable Cities and Communities. Where the target to be achieved by 2030 is to provide access to safe, affordable, accessible, and sustainable transport systems for all, improve road safety, by increasing public transport, with special attention to the needs of those in vulnerable situations, women, children, people with disabilities and the elderly. Achieving these targets requires prior assessment through in-depth research or research from various perspectives.
3. Development of a Digital-Based City (Smart City)
Smart city-based city development in urban development refers to the application of technology in various aspects in the field of city and regional development. Some of the dimensions of a smart city include Smart Economy (ICT-based economic development), Smart Environment (balance between modernization, traditional elements, and the environment), Smart Branding (increasing selling power through increased productivity), Smart Government (digital-based public service innovation management) , Smart Society (a society that is able to adapt to system changes, and technological advances), Smart Living (integrated data in the real estate sector that considers customers, trends, and life patterns that continue to move dynamically)
4. Urban Mobility
Urban Mobility is an urban issue that is a concern in urban management and structuring based on a system of human movement (mobility) that must be structured and consider find ways. Including during the Covid-19 pandemic which limits the movement of people to various places, therefore, constructive research is needed in this field so as to produce urban facilities in the context of safe and humane mobility, such as the integration of public transportation systems and instructions for their use, spatial arrangements. public mobility facilities during the pandemic.
5. Rural Area Development
Rural area development is an effort to achieve balanced development that includes rural areas. Balance in growth potential, and allocating natural resources in the village area. The development of rural areas is carried out by implementing strategies such as balanced allocation of resources, improvement of human resources, institutional development, and community services.
6. Theory and Learning in the Field of Regional, Urban, and Environmental Planning
This journal also accommodates the development of the regional, city, and environmental planning theories as well as learning models in the planning field.