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Research on Yangtze River Delta Tourist Traffic Pattern and Linkage Under the High-Speed Rail Network

MU Cheng-lin;LU Lin;HUANG Jian-feng;WANG Ying;DENG Hong-bo;The College of Territorial Resources and Tourism,Anhui Normal University;  
According to the data of 16 cities' shortest travel time and operating frequency of high-speed/conventional rail network as well as the domestic tourism income and domestic tourists number during 2010-2012 in Yangtze River Delta.Using the transportantion accessibility, Hirshman- Herfindahl Index, centralized index measure the spatial pattern of rail tourist transport accessibility, traffic flow in high- speed rail network. On the basis of the shortest travel time modified gravity model among 16 cities in high-speed rail network, the tourism economic linkage intensity,quantity and direction are comprehesively evalued. And the high- speed rail's influence on the tourism linkage in the Yangtze River Delta are identified. The result shows :(1) The continuous improvement of high-speed rail network enhances the tourist transport accessibility among cities,brings about the effect of location superposition,time- space astringency and makes the spatial pattern of accessibility to be balanced.Spatial distribution of the rail traffic flow in Yangtze River Delta represents that Shanghai is the center of this area and the north wing is more assembled than south wing. It highlights the north wing's transportation gateway functions, Shanghai is acted as the hub connecting the north and South wings, and the south wing's traffic function enhanced due to the supply of high-speed rail traffic.(2) The tourism economic linkage intensity shows that Shanghai is the main core,Nanjing and Hangzhou are the vice.The tourism economic linkage quantity shows that Shanghai act as the center, the north wing area is intensive while the south is scattered.The linkage direction appears to be core cities directional and spatial location near directional. It turns out that the spatial distribution characteristics of the Yangtze River Delta's tourism economy in the High- speed rail network are as follows: Shanghai is the main core,Nanjing and Hangzhou is the vice, north and south wings separated bond together within themselves,the economic pattern of" one main core,two vice and two wings "is constituted as a whole.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金重点项目(41230631)
【CateGory Index】: F592.7;F532.8
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