Transport systems for World Expo 2005 Aichi, Japan

15 million people are expected to visit Expo 2005. This equates to an average of 150 000 people per day. Effective transport systems are critical to the Expo's success. Transport systems consistent with the "Nature's Wisdom" theme have been developted. The use of high capacity public transport systems to deliver visitors to site has been adopted. Major new transport infrastructure(roads and trains) have been created. The transportation network is supported by the Information Technology (IT) project. The IT project consists of three systems: Reservation System, Support and Navigation System, and Visitor Information System.

    • Date : 2005
    • Author(s) : IKEDA Hajime
    • Domain(s) : Road Network Operations / Urban Mobility
    • PIARC Ref. : RR326-078
    • Number of pages : 6
  • This article has been published in the Routes/Roads magazine

    N° 326

    2e trimestre 2005 / Avril

    PPP au Mexique - HDM4 - Québec

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