Wuhan

China
Wan Yong, Elected 2015

Case Studies

Tianhe Terminal 3 is one of the most comprehensive integrated transport hubs in China, the and spans 495,000 m2. The terminal integrates seven transport modes, namely air travel, intercity railway, metro, long distance coaches, private passenger cars, taxis and buses. Terminal 3 has employed the latest energy conservation and emission reduction technology and, based on the results in similar buildings in and outside China, energy savings could reach at 20~30%.

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The explosion of the Chinese electric vehicle market has fueled car-sharing business over the past two years. Wuhan is one of the four pilot cities for an Electric Vehicle  car-sharing project run by the National High-tech Research and Development Program ("863"Program).

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Since 2013, Wuhan has taken advantage of the ‘building a green and low carbon mobility programme’ regional pilot. It has begun to: promote the construction of green and low carbon transport infrastructure; develop green and low carbon transport equipment; optimise transport organisation; and boost the construction of cyclical green and low carbon mobility capacity. In this regard, 28 core projects have been launched, 17 of which are energy conservation and emission reduction incentivisation programmes.

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On Jan. 1, 2016, Wuhan launched its intelligent parking service system. Since the system came online, traffic has been reduced, the use of public resources has risen, and parking issues have been minimized. 
 

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