This session focuses on transportation research conducted in urban China. Home to a great number of new and rapidly growing urban areas of intense development, cities in China represent some of the most significant dynamics in transportation. Impacts related to behavior, land use, policy, socio-economics, demographics, development, and sustainability are essential to study. These papers address these impacts through a variety of research approaches and perspectives on personal and public transit in the major cities of the world's largest country by population.
|Presenter||YU ZHANG*, Beijing Normal University, FENGYU ZHANG, Beijing Normal University, FANGYUWA XIA, Beijing Normal University, The governance of low carbon transportation in urban areas: A case study of bike-sharing in China||20||3:20 PM|
|Presenter||Jingyu Zhang*, , Research on Optimizing Locations of Multi-Modal Public Transit Stations ——A Case Study of Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Zone||20||3:40 PM|
|Presenter||Jie Huang*, IGSNRR,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Did Beijing subway system achieve jobs-housing balance with the network evolution?||20||4:00 PM|
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