The Management of Current Traffic Congestion Status During the Urbanization Development in Guiyang

Huan YANG, Heping AN


With the development of urbanization and motorization, the imbalanced contradiction of urban traffic between supply and demand becomes increasingly sharp. Traffic congestion has become a serious “urban illness” in China, and it results in problems such as travel time delay, increase of traffic accidents, rise of fuel depletion, survival environmental degradation and so on. It severely affects the city’s normal function and its sustainable development. This paper first leads to important impact of traffic on urbanization development from the concept of urbanization, it then states the current traffic congestion status in the process of urbanization in Guiyang after introducing the research of domestic and overseas traffic status, finally, it puts forward some suggestions of countermeasures of traffic management in Guiyang. These aim to improve the traffic congestion problem in the city, and make Guiyang’s urbanization development to be more perfect.
Key words: Urbanization; Traffic congestion; Sustainable development; Traffic management


Urbanization; Traffic congestion; Sustainable development; Traffic management

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