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The main form of transportation in Adelaide is rail, air, bus and car. Adelaide has a well-defined city layout, with multi lane roads. It was once called the 20 minute city, but not for much longer. ...

The main form of transportation in Adelaide is rail, air, bus and car. Adelaide has a well-defined city layout, with multi lane roads. It was once called the 20 minute city, but not for much longer. Morning peak hour traffic has risen by 30% since 1997. The private car increases urban air pollution, green house gases and ozone layer depletion. Forty private cars are equals to one bus. If transport was improved in the city this would help decrease pollution problems.

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    Adelaide’s Transport – Rail, Air, Bus, Car | Biocity Studio Adelaide’s Transport – Rail, Air, Bus, Car | Biocity Studio Presentation Transcript

    • Rail Air Bus Car
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_in_Adelaide
      • -Location west bench
      • -Start time 10 ,2005
      • Australia's newest and most advanced airport
      Adelaide Airport, courtesy Adelaide Airport Limited
      • Reasons:
      • With a well-defined city layout
      • Wide multiple-lane roads from the beginning of its development
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Adelaide_metropolitan_area_map.svg 1888 Map of Adelaide, showing the gradual development of its urban layout
    • The “20-minute city “ no more National transports analyst Austroads: -Adelaide's morning traffic crush had increased by 30 per cent since 1997/98 -Adelaide rush hour holds up motorists by 44 seconds for every kilometres travelled compared to 33secs/km in 1997/98. http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,21440849-5006301,00.html
      • For an average motorist driving 15km to work daily:
      • -A day : 15km X 44seconds = 11 minutes
      • -A week: 15km X 44seconds X 5 days= 55 minutes
      • -An annually: 15km X 44seconds X 365 days= 48 hours
      • http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,21440849-5006301,00.html
    • South Australian greenhouse gas emissions from transport by vehicle category
    • 1 Increasing of urban air pollution and gas emissions 2 More car on the road- more traffic and noise congestion. 3 Waste money 4 More burnt fuel 5 Ozone holes Current issues
    • Increasing of urban air pollution and gas emissions . Infection 1 More than 80% of Adelaide people travelled to work by car, with only 8.5% of these people travelling as passengers. Less than 10% of employed people used public transport to get to work . - 2001 Census Adelaide social atlas released IN 2001: Private cars 916,887 2,842,350 tonnes gas emissions one year. Explore your capital city - 2001 Census Adelaide social atlas released Adelaide 2001 Population Drive 25km produce up to 3.1 tonnes gas/ year %of people who drive private car to work 1,146,109 3.1 80 2,842,350
    • Infection 2 More car on the road- more traffic and noise congestion. Infection 3 Waste money Infection 4 More burnt fuel Infection 5 Ozone holes
      • Currently the people-movement task in Adelaide is dominated by the private car, due to the poor service offered by public transport, road environments , and urban sprawl which increases the distances people must travel to access workplaces, shops and other facilities.
      • Metropolitan Adelaide Transport Study
      • as it became known, was a comprehensive transport plan released in 1968 examining the then-current and future needs of transport for Adelaide.
      • Started : 1964 Adelaide continued to spread out rapidly due to people continuing to choose to live in suburbs as well as population growth.
      • Abandoned: 1970
      • Nowadays
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolitan_Adelaide_Transport_Study
      policy
    • In future
    •