Exploration of the Yangtze River Delta transportation development path based on higher quality integration requirements
GENG Yanbin1,2, CHENG Tiancheng3, CHEN Jing1,2, SUN Peng1,2, DAI Xiaoqing1,2, LIU Yongfeng1, LIU Ying1
1. Transport Planning and Research Institute, Ministry of Transport, Beijing 100028, China;
2. Laboratory for Traffic & Transport Planning Digitalization, Beijing 100028, China;
3. CCCC Investment Company Limited, Beijing 100029, China
Abstract：This paper reviews the ideas and the paths of higher quality integrated development of transportation in the Yangtze River Delta, to provide some food for thought with respect to the construction of transportation power pilot sites, in the following six aspects: the facility network, the hub efficiency, the transportation service, the scientific and technological innovation, the transportation and production integration, and the governance capacity, as well as the achievements of transportation integration. For the development orientation of building world-class urban agglomerations, the integration of transportation with higher quality is faced with various outstanding problems, such as the unbalanced development between modes and regions, the insufficient interconnection of facilities, the insufficient international competitiveness of hubs, and the imperfect cooperative governance system. In view of the new trend and requirements of future development, the paper highlights the general idea of the transportation integration. It is suggested to focus on the target positioning, the realization path of the transportation integration with higher quality, with a deep interconnection of the line network, the improvement of the hub energy level, the seamless connection of transportation, the innovative wisdom guidance, and the coordination linkage mechanism.
耿彦斌, 程天成, 陈璟, 孙鹏, 戴晓晴, 刘勇凤, 刘影. 基于更高质量一体化要求的长三角交通发展路径[J]. 科技导报, 2021, 39(24): 36-42.
GENG Yanbin, CHENG Tiancheng, CHEN Jing, SUN Peng, DAI Xiaoqing, LIU Yongfeng, LIU Ying. Exploration of the Yangtze River Delta transportation development path based on higher quality integration requirements. Science & Technology Review, 2021, 39(24): 36-42.