Beijing 2022; Video venues and infrastructure

Beijing 2022 has been making good progress on all fronts since winning the bid in July 2015. The organizers and the residents of Beijing, Yanqing, and Zhangjiakou alike are determined to deliver successful Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in 2022. With the arrival of the Olympic flag in Beijing from PyeongChang this month, preparations for the 2022 Games will pick up even more speed..

PyeongChang 2018; ‘Go PyeongChang’ transport app


The PyeongChang 2018 transport app is now available on iOS and Android.

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Official transport app for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

Find your way to the global festival, the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games,
with the easy-to-use navigation app
Go PyeongChang!

No need to enter your destination.
Just tap and you’re on your way— Go PyeongChang!

* Key features of Go PyeongChang
1. You don’t need to enter your destination.
Finding your way is easy with the app as it shows the routes to venues and key facilities of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games.

2. Get the best public transport route for the time of your departure using the app’s timetable.
3. Search for real-time information (stop, route, and number) on the Olympic shuttle bus
4. Drivers can use it for navigation for turn-by-turn directions.
5. Real-time tracking of ‘my location’ on the map is available.
6. Route searching can be made quick and easy with its favourites’ setting
7. Searching the route to the venue can be as easy as simply scanning the QR code on the ticket.
8. You can book a transport (KTX / express bus / interstate bus) from the search result.
9. Find where the shared vehicle (O2O) is parked and book online.
10. Check the daily event schedule of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games.

* Access information
The Go PyeongChang app requires access to minimum data necessary for providing the service.

[Required access]
– Location: My location, search stops near me
– Photo: Ticket registration through QR code scanning

* Go PyeongChang Customer Service
Contact the customer service for any questions or problems you have on the app.

Transportation information desk (late night call center)
080-300-2019 (Free charge number)
02-300-2019 (charged number)

AI Call Centre
1588-6698 (charged number)

E-mail inquiry

Developer : POCOG
Address: 108-27, Olympic-ro, Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
The PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

PyeongChang 2018; Diagram: Spectator Transport System (update January 2018)

© Architecture of the Games. Data via PyeongChang 2018. No rights can be derived from this map.


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Route nummerFromViaToDatesIntervalTime / Distance
TS 1Jinbu Transport Mall-Jeongseon Alpine Centre11, 13, 15, 17, 21, 2310 minutes25 minutes / 25.0 km
TS 2Jinbu Transport Mall-Jinbu Bus Terminal8-255 minutes7 min / 2.4 km
TS 3Jinbu Transport Mall-Olympic Sliding Centre10-21, 24-2510 minutes18 minutes / 11,3 km
TS 4Jinbu Transport Mall-Alpensia Olympic Park8, 10-255 minutes21 minutes / 14.0km
TS 5Jinbu Transport Mall-Yongpyeong Rainbow Parking Lot12, 14, 18, 22, 2410 minutes38 minutes / 14,3 km
TS 6Jinbu Transport Mall-Phoenix Snow Park9-2430 minutes45 minutes / 33.0 km
TS 7PyeongChang Olympic PlazaAlpensia Olympic Park,
Olympic Sliding Centre,
Yongpyeong Rainbow Parking Lot
PyeongChang Olympic Plaza8-255 minutes34 minutes / 18.7km
TS 8PyeongChang Olympic PlazaYongpyeong Rainbow Parking Lot,
Olympic Sliding Centre,
Alpensia Olympic Park
PyeongChang Olympic Plaza8-255 minutes34 minutes / 18.7km
TS 9Daegwallyeong Transport Mall-PyeongChang Olympic Plaza8-255 minutes3 minutes / 2.0km
TS 10Daegwallyeong Transport Mall-Alpensia Olympic Park8, 10-255 minutes11 minutes / 6.5km
TS 11Daegwallyeong Transport Mall-Olympic Sliding Centre10-21, 24-255 minutes13 minutes / 7,8 km
TS 12Daegwallyeong Transport Mall-Yongpyeong Rainbow Parking Lot12, 14, 18, 22, 245 minutes13 minutes / 7,6 km
TS 13P&R Jeongseon-Jeongseon Alpine Centre11, 13, 15, 17, 21, 2310 minutes13 minutes / 8,4 km
TS 14Jeongseon Bus TerminalJeongseon Arari ParkJeongseon Alpine Centre11, 13, 15, 17, 21, 2320 minutes24 minutes / 17,0km
TS 15PyeongChang stationCheongpyeong Bus TerminalPhoenix Snow Park9-247 minutes22 minutes / 16,0 km
TS 16P&R BongpyeongLee Hyo-seok Culture CentrePhoenix Snow Park9-245 minutes10 minutes / 7,4 km
TS 17Yongpyeong Rainbow Parking Lot-Yongpyeong Alpine Centre8-255 minutes5 minutes / 3,0 km
Route nummerFromViaToDatesIntervalTime / Distance
TS 20North Gangneung Transport Mall-Gangneung Olympic Park8-255 minutes12 minutes / 7,5 km
TS 21P&R West Gangneung-Kwandong Hockey Centre10-18, 20-2110 minutes5 minutes / 2.3km
TS 22Gangneung Station-Gangneung Olympic Park8-2510 minutes7 minutes / 2.0km
TS 23Gangneung Station-Kwandong Hockey Centre10-18, 20-2110 minutes21 minutes / 10,9 km
TS 24Gangneung Bus Terminal-Gangneung Olympic Park8-2510 minutes13 minutes / 7,0 km
TS 25Gangneung Bus Terminal-Kwandong Hockey Centre10-18, 20-2110 minutes9 minutes / 3,4 km
TS 26North Gangneung Transport MallGangneung Olympic ParkKwandong Hockey Centre8-2530 minutes30 minutes / 17,4 km
TS 27P&R West Gangneung-Gangneung Olympic Park8-2510 minutes15 minutes / 8,3 km
Route nummerFromViaToDatesIntervalTime / Distance
TS 30Jinbu Transport MallPyeongChang Olympic PlazaDaegwallyeong Transport Mall8-255 minutes30 minutes / 17,2 km
TS 31North Gangneung Transport Mall-Daegwallyeong Transport Mall8-2510 minutes36 minutes / 41km

LA2028; “Twenty-Eight by ’28” initiative

Statement by Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti;

NOVEMBER 30, 2017
Mayor Eric Garcetti, who chairs the Metro Board, led a preliminary discussion during today’s meeting about a new initiative he has championed, Twenty-Eight by ‘28. The purpose of the initiative is to leverage dollars from Measure M — the largest local infrastructure measure in U.S. history — to complete and accelerate 28 new transportation projects across the region in time for the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Board is expected to consider and vote on the plan early next year.

Mayor Garcetti issued the following statement on the introduction of the initiative:

“Winning the 2028 Olympic Games gives us the chance to re-imagine Los Angeles, and ask ourselves what legacy we will create for generations to come. Twenty-Eight by ’28 will help us frame the progress we’re striving to make in the years leading up to the Games. This initiative is our opportunity to harness the unifying power of the Olympic Movement to transform our transportation future.” — Mayor Eric Garcetti


You can read more about Measure M here.

Beijing 2022; Guanting Reservoir Bridge completed

On Saturday, the construction of Guanting Reservoir Bridge of Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed railway in north China was completed. Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed railway, a major transportation project for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, is expected to be finished by the end of 2019. The new railway will boast a speed of 350 kilometers per hour and will shorten the trip between the two cities from the current 3.5 hours to just one hour.

Source: CGTN on Youtube


You can read the full press release here.

Paris 2024; Video Grand Paris Express


The future transport network of Le Grand Paris will be based on a ring route system around the capital, connecting all parts of the Île-de-France region with each other and with Paris itself.
This unprecedented driver of economic and technological progress will provide connections between the three Parisian airports, the business districts and the science and technology hubs of the region, enabling people, ideas and goods to circulate more quickly.

By reducing existing spatial inequalities and bridging mobility gaps, the new transport network will make day-to-day life easier for people in the Île-de-France region, and the new development hubs it creates will help to spread prosperity more evenly – as well widening access to the jobs market.

Once the whole network is up and running, the Grand Paris Express will generate an additional €100 billion in GDP and more than 115,000 jobs in addition to those created by the natural growth of the region. Between 250,000 and 400,000 housing units will also be built around the 68 stations of the future metro system.


Source: Société du Grand Paris