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Executive summary
1. Background
1.1 General information
1.2 YDR’s and Shanghai’s social and economic development
1.2.1 The YDR since the 1990s
1.2.2 Shanghai’s development
1.3 Role of transport in regional and urban development
1.4 Institutional mechanisms in the YDR
1.4.1 Regional coordinating mechanism of economic development
1.4.2 Regional transport organization
1.5 Organization of transport management in shanghai
1.5.1 Intercity transport management
1.5.2 Urban transport management
2. Mobility development of GYDR
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Highway transport
2.2.1 Highway development in GYDR
2.2.2 Highway passenger and freight transport in the GYDR
2.3 Railway transport
2.3.1 Railway development in the Yangtze Delta Region
2.3.2 Railway passenger and freight transport in the Yangtze Delta Region
2.4 Waterway transport
2.4.1 Waterway freight and passenger transport in the YDR
2.4.2 Port function in the GYDR
2.5 Aviation
2.5.1 Airports in the YDR
2.5.2 Airport passengers in the YDR
2.5.3 Air cargo and mail
2.6 Conclusions
3. Regional transport in Shanghai
3.1 Traffic distribution in the Shanghai region
3.2 Supply of facilities
3.2.1 Highways
3.2.2 Railways
3.2.3 Water transport
3.2.4 Ports
3.2.5 Aviation
3.3 Passenger transport
3.3.1 Intercity passenger transport structure
3.3.2 Highway passenger transport
3.3.3 Railway Passenger Transport
3.3.4 Aviation
3.4 Cargo transport
3.4.1 Cargo transport structure
3.4.2 Highway cargo transport
3.4.3 Water transport
3.4.4 Railway cargo transport
3.4.5 Air cargo transport
3.5 Conclusions
4. Shanghai urban transport
4.1 Features of travel demand
4.1.1 Features of personal travel
4.1.2 Personal motorized vehicle travel
4.2 Features of traffic supply
4.2.1 Road supply and use
4.2.2 Public transport supply and use
4.2.3 Non-motorized transportation system
4.3 Transport demand management policy
4.3.1 Public transport priority policy
4.3.2 The license plate auctioning policy
4.3.3 Parking charging policy
4.3.4 Motorcycle limitation policy
4.4 Conclusions
5. Information and telecommunications services
5.1 Postal services
5.3 Internet and web communication
5.4 Broadcasting and television stations
5.5 Application of new ICTs and its impact
5.6 Conclusions
6. Shanghai’s transport system operating costs and
6.1 General information
6.2 The operation situation of transport enterprises
6.3 General transport and communication costs and expenditures
6.3.1 Transport and communication consumer price index
6.3.2 Transport and communication expenditures
6.4 Cost and efficiency on urban transport
6.4.1 Cost and efficiency for public transport
6.4.2 Cost and efficiency for motorized vehicles
6.4.3 Cost of urban occasional freight transport
6.5 Efficiency and cost of intercity transport
6.5.1 Cost of highway and railway freight
6.5.2 Cost of highway and railway passenger transport
6.5.3 Aviation transport
6.5.4 Water transport and ports
6.6 Conclusions
7. Investment in Shanghai’s transport system
7.1 Brief
7.3 Conclusions
8. Sustainable transport development challenges in
8.1 Traffic safety
8.1.1 Statistical analysis of road traffic accidents
8.1.2 Road traffic accident factors
8.2 Environmental impact
8.2.1 Ambient air environment
8.2.2 Ambient acoustic environment
8.2.3 Greenhouse gas emissions
8.2.4 Transport environment policies and pollution control measures
8.3 Traffic congestion
8.3.1 Transport construction
8.3.2 Traffic flow
8.3.3 Traffic speed analysis
8.4 Energy
8.4.1 Energy consumption and pricing in Shanghai
8.4.2 Energy consumption in the transport sector41
8.5 Mobility Divide
8.5.1 Urban space expansion by enhanced mobility
8.5.2 Segregation of urban space by enhanced mobility
8.5.3 Urban interest differential by imbalanced mobility
8.5.4 Reflections on the disadvantaged
8.6 Conclusions
9. Policy and special issues
9.1 Analysis of Shanghai’s transport policy
9.1.1 Continue to strengthen key transport infrastructure construction
9.1.2 Coordinating urban land use and transport
9.1.6 Traffic management
Appendix I - Tables
Appendix II - Figures
Appendix III – Stakeholder dialogue participant list
Appendix IV - Notes from the stakeholder dialogue
Appendix V - References cited
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Shanghai M4D Report April08

Shanghai M4D Report April08

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