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Chinese to English: Technical Requirements for Airport Planning General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Aerospace / Aviation / Space
Source text - Chinese （7）地面交通中心和陆侧综合交通优化方案
Translation - English (7) GTC and landside roadway system refinement
Based on the BB Municipal Mid-long Term Urban Ground and Rail Traffic Plan, as well as the planning, development, and research projects related with BC which have been initiated, approved, or in progress (including but not limited to the related projects carried out by government organization or department, research institute, and BC), combining with the traffic forecast for BC’s arrival and departure roads in the future, aiming at improving BC’s ground traffic consolidation and distribution capacity and making full use of BC’s regional advantage against the New Airport, study and develop a refinement plan for BC’s ground traffic functions, including but not limited to:
▪ Refinement plan for ground and rail traffic from BC to urban area and peripheral regions
Combining with the development plan formulated by the state, BB Municipality, SS District, and BC for the expressway, supporting roadway network, rail traffic and future traffic network from BC to urban area and peripheral regions, according to the different functional plans of the three terminals (and potential T4 if needed), develop the plan for connecting BC’s ground traffic to current GTC, related roads, rail traffic, and future traffic network.
▪ Refinement plan for current GTC or development plan for new traffic hub
According to the different functional plans of the three terminals (and potential T4 if needed), as well as the plan of developing a new traffic hub at BC made in the station planning for Interconnection S6 of inter-city railroad, with the target of improving functions and efficiency, develop a refinement plan for current GTC. Focus on the connection with subway, high speed rail, expressway, airport express, and the new traffic hub. Match the functions with connecting routes. Improve the functional layout of off-site parking facility, curbside, and other traffic facilities.
▪ Roadway system for each terminal and among the terminals
(8) New technologies and system for intelligent airport
With the development of new technologies and international advanced concepts, provide new technology application suggestions and system upgrade plan for developing BC to an intelligent airport, such as using iris scanning technology for identification and refinement suggestions on the functions and layout of self-service devices. Improve passenger experience and BC’s operational and service efficiency. For all the deliverables mentioned above, the contractor shall provide the entire report and necessary attachments. Sand table or similar new technology for the redevelopment of BC’s terminals can be developed as needed with a view to simulation, demonstration, and discussion.
3.4.2 Key technical and economic indicators
According to AC’s operational strategy and requirement at BC, establish quantitative key technical and economic indicators which not only match the redevelopment plan but also can be used as the basis for redevelopment, including but not limited to minimum connecting time (MCT), passenger walk distance, maximum queuing time, aircraft operational efficiency (such as the percentage of parking at boarding bridge, waiting time when taxing on the ground), etc. World-class advanced large hub airport or similar airport which was redeveloped before can be used as reference for the indicator system.
English to Chinese: Description of California Air Cargo Planning Project General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Aerospace / Aviation / Space
Source text - English California Air Cargo Ground Needs Study
BL, in association with MG, examined the key facilities in California’s airport system and the challenges of air cargo growth regarding the commitment of resources to the long-term pursuit and accommodation of air cargo. Specifically, the results of this effort positioned Caltrans to make strategic determinations on anticipated levels of growth and how best to meet the evolving requirements of cargo in the State over the next twenty years. The Project Team was asked to address cargo operations at the 12 busiest airports (representing 95% of the State’s cargo volume. MG examined the access issues, and BL handled the forecasting, facility, and aeronautical infrastructure requirements analysis for all twelve airports, which included: Los Angeles International, Oakland International, San Francisco International Airport, Ontario International Airport, Burbank Airport, San Diego International Airport, Sacramento International Airport, Long Beach Airport, Sacramento Mather Airport, Mineta San Jose International Airport, Fresno Yosemite International Airport, and Santa Ana Airport. The report addressed these critical areas:
1. Airside: Physical aeronautical infrastructure and facilities and their capacity to provide appropriate operating support for air cargo activity for the forecast period.
2. Landside: Regional roadway access and connectivity to the airport and air cargo operations.
3. Industry Demand: An analysis of key trends and factors impacting demand and the confirmation of realistic forecasts for the twelve airports.
The Team reviewed the major trends and issues in the air cargo industry impacting airports and discussed the main drivers of cargo. A detailed overview of existing airport capacity, to include facilities, landside infrastructure, and aeronautical infrastructure, was prepared for the 12 airports targeted for review. For each airport a cargo forecast was prepared and translated into physical planning requirements through to 2040. In addition, a comparison of public versus private sector funding was included to address how the physical improvements would be implemented. The key finding was that the State has sufficient capacity to meet long-term demand for air cargo facilities and infrastructure for the next twenty years. The primary challenge was interpreting how global and national trends would impact the twelve very different airports and the regions in which they operate.
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Graduated from Civil Aviation University of China (http://www.cauc.edu.cn) in 2009. CET-6 certified. Specialized in airport planning and engineering. Have been a translator since 2010. Had a job of civil engineer and manager of administration department for 2 years. Freelance translator now with a national certificate of translation proficiency.