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Abstract: Climate change and urbanization are converging to challenge city drainage infrastructure due to their adverse impacts on precipitation extremes and the environment of urban areas. Despite development over the years, it remains a significant challenge to design an effective functioning drainage system. The conventional drainage system is mainly a single-objective oriented design with its focus on water quantity control. Today’s drainage solutions also highlight the need to embrace more deliberately the other important aspects in urban water management, such as runoff quality, visual amenity, recreational value, ecological protection and multiple water uses . There is a growing trend towards managing water in a more sustainable way by activating its natural behaviors and process in the urban environment .