- Research reports
The Intfrastructure Research Division aims to guide transportation infrastructure policies that are responsive to the challenge of climate change and global competition. It spearheads the formulation of major transportation policies and plans at the national, regional and city levels, including the national road/railroad network plans, metropolitan transportation policies, national logistics policies and plans, and green transportation policies that promote public transportation.
Major research areas include the formulation of transportation policies to support national and regional development; mid- and long-term investment plans focusing on intermodal transportation systems; transportation corridor development considering the spatial structure of national territory; primary road/railroad network planning; international logistics and transportation planning and green logistics policies related to the development of the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia; and standardization of intelligent transport systems (ITS).
|297||Study on Efficient Investment and Economic Ripple Effect in SOC Budget||Kim Hojeung , Kim Jonghak , Choi Jaesung||2018-12-31||45|
|296||A Study on Changes in Spatial Use of the Territory after Opening of Honam KTX||Main||Kim Jonghak , Kim Junki , Chung Jinkyu||2016-12-31||37|
|295||AImprovement Measures for the Construction Industry in Response to the Changes in the Construction Market||Main||Lee Seungbok , Ahn Jongwuk , Lee Seunghun||2016-12-31||39|
|294||A Study on Strategic Management of Advanced Highway Infrastructure to Prepare for the Era of Automated Driving||Main||Kim Kwangho , Oh Sungho , Lee Backjin||2016-12-31||37|
|293||A Study on Transport Inclusion Index to Reduce Social Exclusion and Its Application||Main||Bae Yunkyung , Choon Yongyi , Lee Sangkeon||2016-12-31||31|