Design of inclusive urban itineraries: Case study in ​Guayaquil, Ecuador

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Veronica SolorzanoMalena Marin

Abstract: The present work is the result of an investigation on a proposal for the design of inclusive urban itineraries in the patrimonial area of ​​Guayaquil. The applied methodology is based on the qualitative analysis of the traditional itineraries to universal access in the study area. The Right to the City is taken into account by giving participation to the different actors of territorial planning in decision-making to decide which areas should be considered as areas of interest to tourists. The results were illustrated in a tourist guide for the use of non-motorized mobility, considering the care of the environment, through the application of GIS tools that facilitate the understanding of national and international tourism.

Keywords: territorial planning, environmental management

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1002362

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