This is the first book to review a trend in transport systems which has only recently come of age: the multi-modal interchange. Separate modes of transport are being linked through 'joined-up thinking', and transport designers and authorities are only now able to exploit interchange opportunities. This book presents examples of how these new opportunities have been planned and designed, and outlines how transfer and mobility can be improved in the future. Blow takes the airport as the focal point of true multi-modal passenger terminals and presents the development of these buildings as representing a new experience in travel. The book shows that the success of the experience of transferring from one mode of transport to another depends on the many factors, including congestion in an already overloaded system, and the way that designers and managers have addressed contingency planning. International examples are drawn from areas where mobility is most concentrated and the demands on design are at their highest. The book also addresses important issues of rebuilding and redevelopment, where once separate modes of transport are being linked to each other, and where short-term inconveniences rectify past wrongs in the long term. It is a compendium of architectural and engineering achievement.Airport Planning Manual. ... Airliner: Airbus A320a200 Nationality: European Number manufactured: 1220 orders by 2000 for 320, and 603 for shortened A319 ... 3 in) Length: 37.57 m (123ft 3in), A319 is 33.80m(110ft 11 in), A321 is 44.51 m ( 146ft 0in) Height: 11.80m (38 ft 9 in) Airliner: Boeing 727a100 and 200 Nationality:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Transport Terminals and Modal Interchanges|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-05-23|