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Why Disruptive Technologies Matter for Affordable Housing: The Case of Indonesia

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  The Case of Indonesia

Big Data. Blockchain. Drones. E-Wallets. Artificial Intelligence.
These are words that one would expect to hear at the latest conference in Silicon Valley, not during a discussion of Indonesia’s affordable housing challenges. Yet they were buzzing through the captive crowd in Jakarta at the Disruptive Technologies Workshop for Affordable Housing on September 17, 2018. The event, hosted by Indonesia’s Ministry of Public Works and Housing with support from the World Bank’s National Affordable Housing Program (NAHP), was attended by 150 participants from local public agencies, developers, lenders, and community organizations. The workshop’s goal was to explore one big question: How might Indonesia harness the power of disruptive technologies to transform its housing ecosystem?   

宜居始于社区——新加坡城市建设案例(上篇)

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30多年来,Toh太太一直住在武吉巴督 — 一个新加坡公共住房(组屋)小镇,这里能容纳超过11万居民。他们的公寓由新加坡建屋发展局 —即“HDB”建造,建屋发展局为82%的新加坡居民提供公共住房。
 
在世界银行新加坡基础设施和城市办公室工作期间,我有幸结识了Toh太太,她与先生在三居室的公寓中养大了三个孩子。当我问到她住在组屋区的感受时,她的第一反应是“方便”、“舒适”——“需要什么东西,走路去都不超过10分钟。”
 
现年64岁的Toh太太每天穿过廊道步行10分钟到地铁站(大众捷运系统,或MRT),她喜欢这么走,这段有顶棚的步道把她的家与社区设施无缝连接起来,使行人免受日晒雨淋之苦。
 
Covered walk pathways and multi-level bicycle racks
有顶棚的步道和多层自行车停放架。(摄影:王雪漫/世界银行)

走访几个社区后,我发现个个都是“实打实”的宜居典范,展现了新加坡卓越的城市综合设计水平。

5D紧凑型城市框架

我发现通过“5D” 紧凑型城市框架可以很好地诠释新加坡是如何提高宜居水平的:

宜居始于社区——新加坡故事(下篇)

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上一篇博客中,我介绍了5D框架,并结合新加坡的公共住房社区,例如组屋小镇,讨论了前两个D——密度和多样性。在本文中,我将分享我的观察体会,探讨组屋社区如何反映其他三个D——目的地(Destination)、距离(Distance)和设计(Design)。
 
为了提高目的地通达性,新加坡推行畅行乘车(Walk2Ride)计划,改善社区步道,鼓励居民使用公共交通。这项政府政策确保在地铁站400米(或1/4英里)范围内都建有公共廊道通往公车站点、公共设施和组屋。
 
让人们能“舒适”地“步行”搭乘公共交通只是新加坡为社区做的诸多努力之一,现在新加坡有顶棚的廊道总长度已经达到了200公里
 
为了缩短到达换乘点时间,政府鼓励居民骑行,以解决公共交通的第一英里和最后一英里的连通性问题。作为骑行基础设施的一部分,许多地铁和公交站点都设有多层自行车停放架,使新加坡更加适于骑行。实际上,从2016年7月开始,所有新建学校、商业、零售和企业园区(达到一定规模的)必须制定步行骑行规划,确保公共空间设计充分照顾到步行与骑行需求。
 
Neighborhood bicycle racks
社区自行车停放架。(摄影:王雪漫/世界银行)

让我们探索一下打造这座城市的最后一个“D”城市设计的方方面面。我认为社区是新加坡建设花园里的城市愿景的重要组成部分。虽然新加坡面积不大,但政府付出了巨大的努力为居民打造自然环境。

应用颠覆性技术,重塑城市未来

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生活在北京这样一座飞速现代化的城市,我的日常生活在几十年前的人看来就像是一部科幻电影。我用智能手机购买日用品、付餐费、拍照、搭乘地铁以及在陌生的地方导航。

数字技术颠覆了城市发展模式,也改变了人们的日常生活。我常常会想:颠覆性技术将如何重塑城市特别是新兴经济体城市的未来?

Deploying disruptive technologies to reshape the future of cities

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As an urban dweller in Beijing, a rapidly modernizing city, my daily life would look like a science-fiction movie for people from just a few decades ago. I use my mobile phone to buy groceries, pay for meals, take photos, access the subway, and find my way to unknown places.

安徽宣城:信息技术推动智慧园区产业升级

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最近,我作为世行贷款支持的宣城产业转移基础设施示范项目的团队成员,有幸到访了安徽宣城经济技术开发区。宣城经济技术开发区位于长江经济带的腹地,是安徽省承接产业转移、促进产业升级的桥头堡。

开发区管委会副主任李军先生介绍说,日常管理工作中需要处理纷繁复杂的信息,涉及招商引资、人力资源和环境质量监测等领域。因为基础数据统计口径和数据来源不同,信息收集以及政府部门间的信息共享也变得十分困难。为了应对上述挑战,在世行项目中,他们适时引入了“智能招商系统”、“劳动力信息管理平台”和“环境质量实时监测系统”,以此来支持开发区实现智慧园区的升级。

Better forecast, better preparedness – investing in improved weather services

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Sun or rain? Most of us rely on the daily weather forecast to know what to wear or whether to bring an umbrella. However, for millions of people living in flood prone areas, timely and accurate forecasts, as well as early warning, can impact more than just clothing choices –they can help minimize flooding impacts.
 
Floods are the most frequent and damaging among natural hazards. Between 1980 and 2016, floods led to economic damages exceeding US$1.6 trillion, and more than 225,000 people losing their lives. Compounded by rapid urbanization and climate change, these losses will likely increase, especially in fast-growing countries.

An annual summit brings together pieces of the infrastructure puzzle

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On Thursday, April 5, the World Bank-Singapore Infrastructure Finance Summit will take place – the eighth time that the World Bank, the Government of Singapore, and the Financial Times are partnering to hold this annual event.
 
The Summit has gone from strength to strength each year, and helped pave the way for the many infrastructure-themed events across the reigon. This year, as Singapore’s chairing of ASEAN brings its ministerial meetings to the city-state, finance ministers from across Southeast Asia will join the Summit, and their presence underscores the importance they attach to sustainable infrastructure development.

“Vậy Sing-ga-po thì sao?” Những bài học từ chương trình nhà ở công cộng thành công nhất thế giới

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Photo of Singapore by Lois Goh / World Bank

 Trước thềm Diễn đàn Đô thị Thế giới lần thứ 9 tại Kuala Lumpur, vẫn còn một tồn tại đang thách thức công cuộc thực hiện Chương trình Nghị sự Phát triển Đô thị mới, đó là làm sao chính phủ các nước có thể cung cấp nhà ở cho đa số người dân với chất lượng cao với giá cả vừa phải. Đây cũng chính là thành phần chính trong Mục tiêu phát triển bền vững (SDG) số 11 về xây dựng các đô thị và cộng đồng bền vững.
 
Khi còn làm trong lĩnh vực nhà ở giá rẻ tại khu vực Mỹ La-tinh chúng tôi luôn luôn đưa ra ý kiến tư vấn với khách hàng rằng chính phủ không nên tự mình xây dựng và cung cấp nhà ở. Thay vào đó, theo ý kiến của một chuyên gia kinh tế kinh tế nổi tiếng của Ngân hàng Thế giới Steve Mayo (đã mất), là nên để thị trường nhà ở tự giải quyết. Các khách hàng luôn đáp lại rằng “Vậy Sing-ga-po thì sao?” Và chúng tôi luôn trả lời rằng Sing-ga-po quá đặc biệt và không thể bắt chước được.

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