University of Calgary

EVDS 616 - Urban Infrastructure and Land Use - Winter 2016

Acquaints students with the key infrastructure systems of a city. Examines current policies, standards and practices, challenges, and innovations in the following infrastructure sectors: water, sewage, waste management, open space, energy, transportation, and communication. Discusses the relationship between infrastructure systems and land use, and its impacts on quality of life, economic development, spatial structure, and the environment. Emphasis is given to green infrastructure development. The course also examines various financial and institutional frameworks for delivering infrastructure systems, and how they vary across different contexts.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-0)


This course will be offered next in Winter 2017.
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