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Die mobile Freizeitgestaltung: Konsequenzen für die Infrastrukturplanung

In: Infrastruktur in einer mobilen Gesellschaft

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  • Scherer, Roland
  • Strauf, Simone
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    In der Freizeitgesellschaft können seit einigen Jahren starke Veränderungen festgestellt werden, die sich im alltäglichen Freizeitverhalten der Bevölkerung und auch in deren Reiseverhalten äußern. Für die auch direkt vor Ort feststellbaren Veränderungen der Freizeitgesellschaft sind hier vor allem die Faktoren Mobilität, Zeitverfügbarkeit und auch die neuen IuK-Technologien von großer Bedeutung. Diese Faktoren führen zu einer zunehmenden Konzentration der Freizeitaktivitäten auf einzelne Standorte und dazu, dass deren Nutzung stärker als bisher auch zeitlich konzentriert auftritt. Gleichzeitig ist die Mobilität im Freizeitbereich in den vergangenen Jahren erheblich angestiegen, sowohl was die durchschnittliche Reichweite als auch deren Häufigkeit angeht. Der motorisierte Individualverkehr stellt dabei das zentrale Verkehrsmittel dar, eine Verlagerung ist nur sehr begrenzt möglich. Aus diesen Entwicklungen entstehen vielfältige Herausforderungen für die Raumordnungs- und Infrastrukturplanung, um hier möglicherweise negativen Effekten entgegenzuwirken. -- Major changes have been underway in the leisure society for a number of years, most clearly evident in changes in the day-to-day leisuretime behaviour of the general public and in their travel patterns. The most important factors here with regard to the changes which are directly observable at the local level are mobility, the amount of disposable time, and information and communication technologies. These factors are contributing to the increasing concentration of leisure activities on specific locations, and equally to a higher degree of temporal concentration than was previously the case. Mobility in the leisure sector has also increased considerably over recent years, both in terms of the average distance travelled and the frequency of trips. The main form of transport here is the private car; there is only very limited scope for a shift to other modes of transport. These developments pose a variety of challenges for spatial planning and infrastructure planning in attempting to mitigate possible negative impacts.

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    This chapter was published in: Scherer, Roland & Strauf, Simone Infrastruktur in einer mobilen Gesellschaft, Verl. der ARL — Hannover, pages 46-67, 2007.

    This item is provided by Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (ARL) - Leibniz-Forum für Raumwissenschaften in its series Arbeitsmaterial der ARL: Aufsätze with number 62283.

    Handle: RePEc:zbw:arlama:62283

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