Booth No. : A46

Presentation Representative : Wanglin Yan

Person in Charge of the Project : Takahiro Kanamori

Yan Lab
Accessibility Assessment of Collective Relocation for Post-Disaster Reconstruction -A case study of Kesennuma City, Japan-


Three years have passed since the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and at present collective relocation is being carried out all over the area. Consequently, safety is now guaranteed from any more tsunami disaster. On the other hand, it is predicted that the lifestyle of the people are to be affected due to collective relocation. In this project, the effect on lifestyle collective relocation was analyzed Kesennuma City, Japan by looking at accessibility of transportation. We would show the results of walking accessibility of elderly people including topographical aspect and the distance travelled to the nearest bus stop from the collective relocation.