CPN 1st China Urban Transportation Congress PPT (2007.8)

CPN Urban Transportation Congress Opening Ceremony

"Prospects of China Urban Transportation Development" Vice Minister of Ministry of Construction Mr. Baoxing Qiu (PDF)  (Video)

"Challenges Facing Transportation Planning: Lessons Learned from the United States" Prof. Michael D. Meyer, Chair, TRB Executive Committee, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology(PDF)  (Video)
"Climate Change and the Challenges for Urban Transport in the Developing World" Prof. Werner Rothengatter, President of the World Conference on Transport Research Society, Head of the Institute of Economic Policy Research, University of Karlsruhe(PDF)  (Video)
"U.S. State Perspective on Urban Transportation" Ms. Carol Molnau, Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota, Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Transportation(PDF)  (Video)
 
Session 1: National and Metropolitan Urban Transport Policies
"Importance of the Movement of Freight in Transportation Planning" Michael D. Meyer, Chair, TRB Executive Committee, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (PDF)  (Video)
"Develop the integrated urban transportation system" Xiaobei Guo, Director, Institute for Comprehensive Transportation(ICT), National Development and Reform Commission(PDF)  (Video)
"Intermodal Balance: Role of Different Transit Modes and Transportation Policies" Vukan R. Vuchic, UPS Foundation Professor of Transportation Systems Engineering and Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania(PDF)  (Video)
"Urban Transport in China: Strategies for Sustainability and Safety" V. Setty Pendakur, Consultant to the Prime Minister of China, Honorary Professor of Chinese Academy of Science, Chair of TRB Transportation in the Developing Countries Committee, Former Vice Mayor of Vancouver, Former Coordinator of ESCAP of UN(PDF)  (Video)
"China Urban Transportation and Automobile Industry" (tbc) Xingye Zhang, Honorary President, Society of Automotive Engineers of China(Video)
"Policies for sustainable transportation development" Huapu Lu, Professor and Director, Institute of Transportation Engineering, Tsinghua University(PDF)  (Video)
 
Session 2: Urban Transportation & Social Development
"China's Love Affair with the Automobile: Lessons from Los Angeles" Michael Woo, Los Angels City Planning Commissioner(PDF)  (Video)
"Urban Growth Management and Transportation Planning: Implications of Portland*s Experience to Cities in China " Zhong-Ren Peng, Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee(PDF)  (Video)
Xun Li, Secretary-General, Chinese Society For Urban Studies(PDF)  (Video)
"Smart Shrinking Strategy for a Rapidly Ageing Society -- Agenda for Japan and Asia" Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Dean, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University. Chair, Scientific Committee of WCTRS. Member, Science Council of Japan(PDF)  (Video)
 
Session 3: Mega Transportation Project: International Experiences and Cooperation
"Urban dynamics and transport infrastructure: synergy in Europe and China" Hugo Priemus, Professor and Dean Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands(PDF)
"Key Technologies of Urban Rail Transport System" Bin Ning, Vice President, Beijing Jiaotong University(PDF)
"Planning Mega Urban Transport Projects: Emerging lessons and challenges for China" Harry Dimitriou, Bartlett Professor of Planning Studies and Director of the OMEGA Centre for Mega Projects in Transport and Development, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London(PDF)
"Delivering Excellent Transport for the London 2012 Olympic Games & Paralympics Games" Wilben Short, Head of Transport, London 2012 Olympic Games(PDF)
※Integrated Development Patterns for Urban Railway Terminal§ Kefei Yan, Executive Director, Shanghai Transport Engineering Association, Former Deputy Director, Engineering Institute, Tongji University
 
Session 4: Financing Urban Transportation and Public-Private Partnership in China
"Financing and Urban Pricing" Dr. Sung Jick Eum, Vice President of UITP, Chairman of UITP Asia-Pacific Division, President and CEO of SMRT, Former Assistant Mayor of Seoul(PDF)
"Urban Infrastructure Development Finance in China" De Wang, Professor and Advisor of Ph.D. Candidates, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University(PDF)
"Urban Road Pricing to Limit Externalities and Provide Funding for Public Transit" Werner Rothengatter, President of the World Conference on Transport Research, Head of the Institute of Economic Policy Research, University of Karlsruhe(PDF)
"Strategy of Financing Urban Transport Infra-structure Construction of Beijing" Peng Gao, General Manager Assistant, Manager of Financing and Construction Department, Beijing Infrastructure Investment Co., Ltd.(PDF)
Evan Guo, Principal at McKinsey & Company's Beijing Office(PDF)
 
Session 5: Green Transportation and Sustainable Development
"Adaptation to Climate Change and Urban Transportation planning" Maria Blair, Associate Vice President, The Rockefeller Foundation(PDF)  (Video)
"Develop Green Transportation Technology to Support Climate Protection" Jing Huang, Deputy Director, Management Centre of Agendum in the 21st Century(PDF)  (Video)
"Green Transportation in Europe: Vehicles, Energy and Environment" Marcel Rommerts, Principal Administrator, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport, the European Commission in Brussels(PDF)  (Video)
"Energy Efficient and New Energy Vehicle Development in China" Minggao Ouyang, Head & Prof., Dept. of Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua Univ., Director, State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy(Video)
"Green Transportation: Vehicles, Fuels, Emissions, People and Packages" Stephen R. Connors, Director of Analysis Group for Regional Energy Alternatives, MIT LFEE, Director of AGS Energy Flagship Program(PDF)  (Video)
"Resource Productivity and Sustainable Transportation求求 Take Shanghai As an Example" Dajian Zhu, Director of Research Center of Sustainable Development and Governance, Head of Department of Management Science and Engineering, Tongji University(PDF)  (Video)
"Clean Development Mechanism and Transport: Potentials and Challenges" Dr. J邦rg M. Gr邦tter, Gr邦tter consulting(PDF)  (Video)
"Incorporating Air Quality into Urban Transportation Planning in China: Opportunities and Constraints"Arnold Howitt, Executive Director, Taubman Center for State and Local Government, Harvard University(PDF)  (Video)
 
Session 6: Integrated Land Use Planning and Transportation Planning
"Integration of Land Use and Transportation: Development around Transit Systems" Peter Lai, Former President, ICTPA, Vice President, PB Hongkong(PDF)  (Video)
"Top 5 challenges to integrating land use and transportation in urban China" Randall Crane, Acting Director and Professor of Urban Planning, Institute of Transportation Studies, UCLA(PDF)  (Video)
"A Few Thoughts About Urban Spatial Pattern and Sustainable Transportation" Qizhi Mao, Professor and Vice Dean, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University(PDF)  (Video)
"Assessing Transportation Consequences of Land Use Transformation In Urban China"Ralph Gakenheimer, Professor of Urban Planning, MIT, Chair, International Scientific Committee of CODATU (Collaborative on Urban Transport Improvement in the Developing World)(PDF)  (Video)
"Regional Transportation and Energy Impacts of Land Recycling in Urban China" Karen R. Polenske, Professor of Regional Political Economy and Planning, MIT, Former President, International Input-Output Association(PDF)  (Video)
"The misapprehension on transportation in china urban planning" Bingzhao Chen, Professor of Urban Planning, Former Dean, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University(PDF)  (Video)
"Transit Oriented Development: Principles and Opportunities for Chinese Cities" Jeffrey Soule, Policy Director, Director of International Programs, American Planning Association(PDF)  (Video)
Jinyu Duan, Vice Chief Planner, Urban Planning and Design Institute, Tsinghua University(PDF)(Video)
 
Session 7: China Urban Public Transportation: A New Era
"Prospects for Public Transport in the USA" Nigel Wilson, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, MIT, Director of the Long-term Programs between MIT and CTA, and Transport for London(PDF)
"China Urban Public Transport Week and No Car Day" Fengwu Wang, Deputy Director-General, Department of Urban Construction, Ministry of Construction(PDF)
"The State of U.S. Public Transportation: Sustainability for the 21st Century" Pamela L. Boswell , Vice President of the American Public Transportation Association (APTA)(PDF)
"Technological Change and the Impact of Public Transit on the Development of Chicago" Michael Shiffer, Vice President, Chicago Transit Authority and Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Policy, UIC(PDF)
"Development of Bus Rapid Transport System of Chinese Cities" Dongquan He, Director, China Sustainable Transportation Center(PDF)
"Serving the Transit Commuter " Jonathan Larsen, CEO, Citibank Singapore, Head of Retail Banking and Business Development, Asia Pacific, City Bank(PDF)
"MasterCard Contactless Payment for Transportation" Kelvin Lu, MasterCard(PDF)
"A Critical Look at Recent BRT Applications in Developing Countries 每 2007" Sam Zimmerman, Urban Transport Advisor, World Bank(PDF)
"Concepts and Practices of Public Transport Priority" Yongshen Quan, Director, Beijing Transportation Research Center(PDF)
"Should We Develop Bus or Rail Mass Rapid Transit?" Ming Zhang, Assistant Prof, University of Texas at Austin(PDF)
 
Session 8: Urban Transportation Planning and Development Strategy--A Comparative Perspective
"Using Land Values to Fund Transport is Fair, Just and Efficient" Dave Wetzel, Vice-Chair of Board, Transport for London , Fellow, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport(PDF)
"Xiamen's transportation strategy" Weiji Deng, Chief Engineer, Xiamen City Planning Bureau(PDF)
"Improving Urban Mobility Management: Sustainable measures in selected cities" Antonio Musso, Head of Transportation Engineering, School of Engineering, University of Rome (PDF)
"The Power of Decimals 每 Impact and Implication of Alternative Traffic Assignment Methods on Project Evaluation" Andres Rabinowicz, Vice President, Caliper Corporation.Leading Architect of TransCAD(PDF)
"Advancing Urban Transportation With Software Modeling Technologies" Michael Clarke, President and CEO, Citilabs Corporate(PDF)
"Standards for Household Travel Surveys: Applicability to China" Peter Stopher, Professor of Transport Planning, University of Sydney, Founding Member and First Chair of the TRB's Committee on Traveler Behavior and Values(PDF)
Haixiao Pan, Professor, Tongji Univ., Director, Transportation Research Lab, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University(PDF)
"Land use and Transport Integration with Special Reference to Curitiba's Experience"Luis Henrique Cavalcanti Fragomeni, President of the Curitiba's Institute for Research and Urban Planning, Undersecretary, Ministry of Housing, Urbanism and Environment, Brasilia(PDF)
"Metropolitan Transportation Demand Forecasting and Plan-Making: Trends in the United States Practice using Austin, Texas as an Example" Daniel Yang, Chief Transportation Planner in Austin 's Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization(PDF)
 
Session 9: Urban Information Technology and Intelligent Transportation System
"The Role of ITS in Contemporary and Future Transportation Systems: A Multidimensional View" Joseph Sussman, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Systems, Former Chair, TRB Executive Committee(PDF)  (Video)
"Challenges and Opportunities for Innovation in Transportation Electronic Payment Systems"Michael Dinning, Executive Director of Business Development, U.S. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (PDF)  (Video)
"Consumer Electronics 2.0: a Web without Browsers"Henry Holtzman, Chief Knowledge Officer, MIT Media Lab(PDF)  (Video)
"Developing Urban Information Systems for Tomorrow's Urban Transportation Requirements" Joseph Ferreira Jr, Head and Professor of Urban Planning and Operations Research, UIS, MIT, President of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA)(PDF)  (Video)
 
Session 10: Managing Congestion: Policies and Practices
"Road Pricing: vision and reality" Stephen Glaister, Professor of Transport and Infrastructure, and Director of Railway Technology Strategy Center , Imperial College London, Board Member, Transport for London(PDF)  (Video)
"Minnesota's Congestion Planning Management Study: Low Cost Congestion Management Approaches"Carol Molnau, Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota, Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Transportation (PDF)
"An Integrated Land Transport System - Singapore's Experience"George Sun, Deputy Director of Research & Statistics at land Transport Authority, Singapore (PDF)  (Video)
 
 
 

CPN China Urban Transportation Top Talk Serials
       
 

Xinhua News Agency, Globe's Interview with Ralph Gakenheimer on 'China Urban Motorization and Sustainable Urban Transport Development'. Ralph Gakenheimer is the Congress Advisor, Professor at MIT and Chair of ISC of CODATU. (View the full article)
(China Urban Motorization and Sustainable Urban Transport Development, Globe, 429, 60-62.)

Interviewed by GUO Zhan, CPN Executive Commissioner
Edited by CHEN Yushan, Congress Organizing Committee

 
       
 

CCTV Oriental Horizon's interview with Huapu Lu on 'Enactment and implementation of the Compulsory Third Person Liability Insurance Regulations and experience of foreign countries'. Huapu Lu is the Congress Advisor, Professor and Director of Institute of Transportation Engineering of Tsinghua University
(Broadcast on 11th 7, 2007)

Interviewed by QIAN Jiang, Journalist of CCTV Oriental Hrizon

 
       
 

Xinhua News Agency, Globe's Interview with Wilben Short on 'General Picture of London 2012 Olympic Games Transport and Collaboration Between London and Beijing'. Wilben Short is the Congress Advisor, Head of Transport for London 2012 Olympic Games (View the full article)
(General Picture of London 2012 Olympic Games Transport and Collaboration Between London and Beijing, Globe, 431, 60-62.)

Interviewed by ZHAO Jinhua, CPN Executive Commissioner
Edited by CHEN Yushan, Congress Organizing Committee

 
       
 

China Radio International's Interview with Guo Ming on 'CPN 1st China Urban Transportation Congress'. Guo Ming is the Executive Commissioner, China Planning Network (CPN)
(Broadcast on 7th 9, 2007)

Interviewed by Liu Libin, Jin Yunjin, China Radio International

 
       

PROJECTIONS: the MIT Journal of Planning (2005.3)

The MIT Journal of Planning: PROJECTSIONS Volume 5 will be first released on June 14 during the conference. Five papers are selected for this volume, focusing on a few critical issues affecting development and planning in China : conservation, transportation and land use, location choices, and growth at the urban fringe. We hope that publication of this issue can help attract more attention to China from domestically-oriented US and European planning educators, students, and practitioners.

       
 

The Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP) at MIT has paid great attention to the development and planning issues in China ever since China*s economic reforms of the late 1970s. The involvement of DUSP has been extensive, ranging from faculty research projects, joint studios, exchange programs, and joint research labs, to student admissions, training seminars, and workshops. DUSP affiliated scholars, practitioners, and government officials are playing active roles not only in improving our understanding of the complex and large-scale urban development in China, but also in facilitating policy decisions and plan-making in a sustainable and productive way.

 
 


The idea of having a special issue of Projections on China planning and development first emerged from the success of the DUSP-sponsored China Planning Network (CPN) annual conferences held at Harvard (2004) and MIT (2005). The large number of participants and the enthusiastic response worldwide to these events made such a journal issue not only feasible but also necessary. Nevertheless, it is impossible for one volume to cover all the important topics affecting development and planning in China. The five selected papers focus on only a few critical issues: conservation, transportation and land use, location choices, and growth at the urban fringe. Four papers are by Chinese scholars or students, and only one paper is by two US scholars. We hope that publication of this issue can help attract more attention to China from domestically-oriented US planning educators, students, and practitioners, and will lead to an increase in high-quality research. If this Volume succeeds in its purpose, it will recall an ancient Chinese saying: throwing a brick while returning a jade.(Click for Details)

 

 

 

CPN 3rd annual Conference Proceedings (2006.6.14-6.16)

Since the 1980s, China has experienced an unprecedented process of urbanization and has faced
issues similar to those encountered during the history of urban development in the West, including
transportation, land use, environment, housing, and regional cooperation. In the coming decades,
China is expected to grow in population from 1.3 billion to 1.6 billion. Nearly 400 million people will
flood into its cities, causing the urbanization rate jump from 40- to 60-percent. The impact of the
urbanization in China penetrates every corner of its social life and transforms urban planning both in
its practice as a profession and in its discourse as an intellectual discipline. This process has been
influenced by the planning thoughts and practice in the West, and, in return, the large scale
urbanization associated with rapid economic transition in China has also attracted attention from
the Western academics and practitioners.

Since its establishment in 2004, the China Planning Network (CPN) has endeavored to bridge
students, faculty, and practitioners between China and the West to engage in the rapidly changing
development scene in China. After two successful annual conferences held at Harvard (2004) and
MIT (2005), the 3rd CPN conference to be held in Beijing in June 2006 has obtained very positive
responses and attendances from worldwide. Among the great number of papers submitted, 27 are
selected by a review committee to be included in this conference proceeding. 23 of them are written
by western scholars from North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. The committee also selects
4 outstanding paper awards and 5 Honor Mentions, which were listed on the next page. These
papers cover a variety of fields in urban development and planning from transportation, urban
governance, conservation, landscape, community development, to population, city structure and
land use, ecology, poverty and income distribution, real estate, etc. We hope the publication of
this proceeding can provide an opportunity for domestic readers to get to know the current Chinese
planning research in the West, and to stimulate more high-quality papers in these fields from
Western countries, where urban development and planning education and practice have been
traditionally domestic-oriented.

"GARDEN ESTATES AND SOCIAL HARMONY: A STUDY INTO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESIDENTIAL PLANNING AND URBAN GOVERNANCE IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA" DAVID BRAY, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY (PDF) (Video)

 

"URBAN MOBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN ASIA AND THE POWER OF CONTEXT" HARRY T. DIMITRIOU, University College London, Bartlett School of Planning (PDF) (Video)

"FROM THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TO SUSTAINABILITY DEVELOPMENT: THE ENDURING RELEVANCE OF THE PEACEFUL PATH TO REAL REFORM?" ROBERT FREESTONE, University of New South Wales, Faculty of the Built Environment (PDF) (Video)

 

"GOVERNING THROUGH ENVIRONMENT (HUANJING): SUSTAINABILITY, VALUE, AND CITY BUILDING IN DALIAN, CHINA" LISA HOFFMAN, University of Washington, Tacoma, Urban Studies (PDF) (Video)

 

"INTRODUCTION OF LETCHWORTH GARDEN CITY" STUART KENNY, Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation, UK (PDF) (Video)

"NORTH VERSUS SOUTH: POLITICS AND SOCIAL NORMS IN THE EVOLUTION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS IN VIETNAM" ANNETTE M. KIM, MIT, Department of Urban Studies + Planning (PDF)

 

"URBAN TRANSPORT TRENDS AND POLICIES IN CHINA AND INDIA: IMPACTS OF RAPID ECONOMIC GROWTH" JOHN PUCHER, University of Sydney, Australia, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies; ZHONG-REN PENG, YI ZHU Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA; NEHA MITTAL, NISHA KORATTYSWAROOPAM University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA (PDF) (Video)

 

"HST-RAILWAY STATIONS AS DYNAMIC NODES IN URBAN NETWORKS" HUGO PRIEMUS, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, Policy and Management, Faculty of Technology (PDF) (Video)

"NEW GARDEN CITY PROJECT IN JAPAN GARDEN CITY MAITAMON, MITSUIKE COMMUNITY PROJECT IN KOBE" TAKAHITO SAIKI, Kobe Design University (PDF) (Video)

 

"A GARDEN CITY SYSTEM FOR 21ST CENTURY CHINA? AN OPPORTUNITY TO REALISE THE ORIGINAL VISION FOR SUSTAINABLE TOWN PLANNING" MAURITS VAN ROOIJEN, University of Westminster, UK (PDF) (Video)

 

"THE GARDEN CITY: AN ENDURING MODEL FOR SUSTAINABLE URBANIZATION" STEPHEN V. WARD, Oxford Brookes University, UK (PDF) (Video)

 

"THE EDUCATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION OF URBAN PLANNERS" XINHAO WANG, University of Cincinnati, School of Planning; EMERITUS ROGER J. BARRY, University of Cincinnati, School of Planning; SHENG HUANG, Shandong University, Department of Architecture; David J. Edelman, University of Cincinnati, School of Planning (PDF) (Video)

 

"INTEGRATION OF TRANSPORT AND LAND USE PLANNING IN CHINA'S CITY REGIONS: THE CONTRIBUTION OF EVIDENCE-BASED RESEARCH AND MODEL SIMULATION" YING JIN, WSP Policy and Research, UK; QIZHI MAO, Tsinghua University, School of Architecture (PDF)

 

"THE SHAPING OF CREATIVE COMMUNITY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: THROUGH KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION-BASED DEVELOPMENT" ELLEN LOU, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, Urban Design and Planning (PDF) (Video)

 

"BUILDING HETEROGENEOUS COMMUNITIES/SHEQU FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN GOVERNANCE" FENG XU, University of Victoria, Department of Political Science (PDF) (Video)

"INNOVATIVE APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGIES IN THE REGULAR PLANNING PROCESS IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD" VIJAY NEEKHRA, The University of Tokyo, Department of Urban Engineering (PDF)

 

"THE GREAT WESTERN DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY: CONTROVERSY AND A CASE STUDY OF ZHANGYE, GANSU PROVINCE" YUHUI LI, Rowan University, Department of Sociology; LIPENG QIAN, Tianjin University, Department of Material Science and Engineering (PDF)

"THE NETWORK ADVANTAGE OF CITIES: THE EVOLVING URBAN GEOGRAPHY OF INTERNET IN CHINA" MINGFENG WANG, East China Normal University, Center for Modern Chinese City Studies (PDF)

 

"LOCAL LABOR FOR GLOBAL EXHIBITION 每 HOW THE RISE OF CONSTRUCTION IN PREPARATION FOR THE 2010 WORLD EXPOSITION HAS AFFECTED THE RURAL-URBAN MIGRANT POPULATION OF SHANGHAI" NEHA SAMI, University of Michigan (PDF)

 

"BEIJING 2008: TRANSPORTATION NETWORKS TRYING TO CATCH UP WITH THE CITY" JEAN FRANCOIS DOULET, Lecturer, Paris Institute of Political Studies (PDF)

 

"OPERABLE ECO-PLANNING APPROACH: EXPERIENCES IN SHANDONG" YULIANG ZHOU, JIAN ZHAO, Shandong Univ. of Arch, School of Architecture + Urban Planning (PDF)

 

"INTRA-URBAN WAGE VARIATION IN BEIJING: HAS COMMUTING TIME BEEN WELL CAPITALIZED?" SIQI ZHENG, Harvard University, Real Estate Academic Initiativeand, Graduate School of Design, Tsinghua University, Institute of Real Estate Studies; RICHARD B. PEISER, Harvard University, Real Estate Academic Initiative + Graduate School of Design; WENZHONG ZHANG, Chinese Academy of Science, Institute of Geographical Sciences + Natural Resources Research (PDF)

 

"OPEN SPACE CONSERVATION AND LAND USE CHANGEIN BEIJING AND TIANJIN, CHINA" DAPHNE GONDHALEKAR, University of Tokyo, Ecosystems Department, Laboratory of Landscape Ecology + Planning (PDF)

"'SEA TURTLES' IN SHANGHAICHINESE STUDENT CIRCULAR MIGRATION AND GLOBAL CITY FORMATION" WEI SHEN, Loughborough University in association with Sciences Po Paris (PDF)

 

"MODEL THE RESIDENTIAL LAND PRICE: A CASE STUDY OF HAN KOU TOWN, WU HAN CITY, PR CHINA" JUNFEN JIAO, PING AI, Texas A&M University (PDF)

 

"POLITICS OF SPATIAL PLANNING AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION: REFLECTIONS ON THE PRO-URBANIZATION STRATEGY OF THE PEARL RIVER DELTA IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM" LANCHIH PO, Beijing Development Institute at Peking University (PDF)

 

"TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IN CHINA: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES" MOHAMMAD SHAHINUR RAHMAN, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI`I AT MANOA, USA (PDF)

 

 

CPN 2nd Annual Conference (MIT) Proceedings (2005.3)

 

CPN 1st Annual Conference (Harvard) Proceedings (2004.4)

 

 

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