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The analysis of specifics of spatial planning in Germany and in the Czech Republic: The comparison between cities Regensburg and Hradec Králové
Chlumská, Šárka ; Černá Silovská, Hana (advisor) ; Jílek, Petr (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on systems of territorial and spatial planning in the Czech Republic and Germany. The aim of the thesis is to identify the similarities and differences in the systems and to show them on particular spatial plans of two cities of these countries. The theoretical part of the thesis is focused on defining of basic terms such as territorial and spatial planning and sustainable development. It outlines the concept of territorial planning in the European Union. The practical part deals with territorial and spatial planning in the Czech Republic at the example of the city Hradec Králové and in Germany at the example of the city Regensburg. Within the practical part of the thesis the comparison of systems of territorial and spatial planning of both countries and the comparison of particular spatial plans of two cities is carried. The theoretical and practical parts are logically related. The thesis brings the information about functions of spatial planning in Bavaria to the Czech environment. It reveals the key differences in these systems, in both general and specific level. The thesis may show surprisingly high number of similar signs in the systems of both countries.
Potential of public logistics centres in rail transport in the Czech Republic
Svatoň, Ondřej ; Černá Silovská, Hana (advisor) ; Kolaříková, Jana (referee)
In times when capacities of roads are starting to run out, it is necessary to search for any alternatives with environmental protection in mind. One of the options is to move some of the road freight transport to railways. One of the possible ways to achieve it is by using Public logistics centres. This concept is already in use in Western Europe and the demand for building terminals of combined transport is growing in the Czech Republic as well. The goal of this thesis is to evaluate the potential of PLC and its influence on the regional development based on information from other countries. In the thesis, theoretical aspects of infrastructure investment and predicted effects of localization into targeted regions are assessed. Outcomes of this research are weaknesses and suggestions for potential implementation of this concept in the Czech Republic.
Possibilities for developing sustainable transport in Prague
Macháč, Richard ; Černá Silovská, Hana (advisor) ; Kolaříková, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis is concerned with the issue of sustainable transport. In the theoretical part, the emphasis is placed on setting the concept of sustainable transport into a broader context; it also describes various factors influencing the choice of the means of transport, which is crucial for transport planning. Furthermore, it describes a set of diverse tools used for transport regulation. At the end of the theoretical part, it mentions specific approaches implemented in selected cities all over the world. The practical part is based on a significant personal research, which helps to understand the issues of transport in a selected area of Prague. On the basis of this research, it subsequently suggests possible measures that might lead to a decrease in the intensity of automobile transport in the aforementioned area. Most of those measures can be similarly applied in other city areas as well.

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