E3S Web Conf.
Volume 293, 20212021 3rd Global Conference on Ecological Environment and Civil Engineering (GCEECE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Sustainable Resource Development and Green Energy Saving|
|Published online||23 July 2021|
The Sustainable Development of Smart Cities: A Case Study of the Design of driverless bus stops in Zhengzhou
Institute of Fourth, China Northeast Architectural Design & Research Institute Co., Ltd., Shenyang 110168, China
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With the arrival of the “5G” era and the digital economy era, the development of the city has permeated all aspects of the city, and with the emergence of “smart city”, it is likely to have “smart” everywhere in the future city. At the same time, “Future Smart Transportation” was proposed as a discussion topic at the “2019 (8th) International Smart City Summit and Smart Ecology Expo”. The research and development of the driverless bus stops will spur the driverless bus stops to take on the past with a brand-new look, welcome the future, and contribute to the sustainable development of the smart city. Taking the driverless bus station in Zhengdong New District as an example, this paper explores the sustainable development of a smart city through the creation of manned (open)-shared (transition space)-driverless (semi-enclosed space) space and the introduction of modular design approach. To connect people’s work, life and transportation, and derive a new public transportation environment based on manned bus stops, namely, intelligence, sustainability, environmental friendliness and safety, thus create a smart transportation pilot to embrace the bright future of sustainable smart cities.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2021
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