In a sector that is so necessarily infrastructure focussed, it is critical to take a step back and understand passenger level needs. Developing passenger focussed solutions increases satisfaction levels, encourages more frequent rail travel and fosters public support for infrastructure investment.
It’s been hailed as the next generation of long-distance land transport since the invention of the electric-locomotive; depicted in more futurist films than any other vehicle and has baffled engineers across the globe up until the latter half of the century. But finally, as the US continues to stumble over its building blocks towards implementing its own high-speed rail (HSR) grid, China has taken the top spot as a pioneer when it comes to the next generation of rail transportation – laying down the final tracks on its 800 mile bullet train grid, linking the nation’s Capital with Shanghai this November.
The innovative method of transport that could change Beijing’s road landscape.
Thanks to the size of the continent, the vast distances between its major cities, and the less than idea state of some of its road networks, Asian airports are continually growing in importance. Below, we take a look at some of the region’s busiest.
The world of security is fast moving, nowhere more so than in the aviation industry where advances in security are being implemented within airports to combat those who seek to penetrate restricted areas to commit criminal or terrorist acts.