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Issue No. 03 - May/June (2010 vol. 25)
ISSN: 1541-1672
pp: 81-85
Gang Xiong , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Kunfeng Wang , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Fenghua Zhu , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Cheng Cheng , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Xiangjing An , National University of Defense Technology
Zhendong Xie , Communication Commission of Guangzhou Municipality
<p>The 16th Asian Games will be held in Guangzhou, China, in November 2010. With 42 sports scheduled, more than 100 thousand people directly involved, and a scale similar to Beijing's 2008 Olympic Games, it will be the largest Asian Games event. One of the major challenges facing the 2010 Asian Games is the transportation problem. Because the games will use 58 existing game facilities and 12 new sports stadiums, which are located across the Guangzhou metropolitan areas, safe and effective traffic control and transportation management will be essential to their success. Under such time and infrastructure constraints, Guangzhou has chosen parallel transportation management systems to enhance and improve its traffic safety and efficiency for a better 2010 Asian Games,</p>
parallel traffic management, 2010 Asian Games, intelligent transportation systems, intelligent systems

X. An, F. Zhu, C. Cheng, Z. Xie, K. Wang and G. Xiong, "Parallel Traffic Management for the 2010 Asian Games," in IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 25, no. , pp. 81-85, 2010.
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