chapter  11
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Twenty-first-century trends

Evolution in relation to transport for cities and, to a lesser extent, towns:

Pre-industrial zoning, Ebenezer Howard, the family orientation

19th century rail ‘crashing’ into city City remote 20th century airport incompatible, therefore

remote City connected late 20th century city-airport corridor of transport City integrated 21st century airport as part of the city (from a paper at Passenger Terminal Expo 2002 by David Holm of Woodhead International)

The above summary can be reapplied specifically to rail and bus transport. Evolution in relation to rail and bus transport for cities and, to a lesser extent, towns:

Pre-industrial zoning, Ebenezer Howard, the family orientation

19th century rail ‘crashing’ into city City first half 20th century railways stable City dis-integrated late incompatible airport remote, railways 20th century in decline City connected late corridor of transport 20th century City integrated 21st century airport and railway options as part of

the city

All the following will in turn affect the future of the interchange:

■ Projected growth. Irrespective of absolute growth, the aim of many airports is to ensure that 50% of passengers use public transport and to reduce the growth in car parking at airports.