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정책밀착형 철도기술의 발굴과 평가에 관한 연구(The study on finding and evaluating railroad technology to friendly support railroad policy)

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  • 정책밀착형 철도기술의 발굴과 평가에 관한 연구(The study on finding and evaluating railroad technology to friendly support railroad policy)
  • 김현; 강희찬; 이호; 김덕광
  • 한국교통연구원


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Title 정책밀착형 철도기술의 발굴과 평가에 관한 연구(The study on finding and evaluating railroad technology to friendly support railroad policy)
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김현; 강희찬; 이호; 김덕광

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서울:한국교통연구원

Date 2013-10
Series Title; No 연구총서 / 2013-04
Pages 201
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Holding 한국교통연구원

Abstract

From 2007 to 2012, about 700 billion won budget has been invested to railway technology development, and 80% of the budget was consumed for urban railway and high-sped railway car technology. In addition, the future road map of railway vision has been established focusing on the development of cars and core parts. The visions of railway, such as fast and intelligent railway, safe and convenient railway, and accurate and economical railway, are far from the technical development that citizens can closely experience and feel. This is because the railway policy and technology were not organically connected, but were implemented by putting stress on specific companies and railway technology development institutions.

The railway policy comprehensively includes construction, operation and management. Policies require the support of railway technology in the implementation stage. The policy and technology are organically correlated, and the cause of railway technology development is the implementation of policies. Nevertheless, railway technology is currently developed focusing on the satisfaction of engineers or companies or system development, rather than meeting policies. Because these road maps produced their products, which were systems, railway technology development was almost 100% successful, without failure. Despite the high success rate, the product of railway technology development was far from the citizens' happiness through the implementation of policies. From now on, the railway technology should be developed in close relation to the policies so that it can serve as a tool to implement the policies.