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Infrastructure of Northern New Development Zone

Chongqing, China

Market Sector

Surface Transportation


Roadway Design

Services Provided

Code Services, Design


Asia Pacific

Located in the center of the city of Chongqing, the Northern New Development Zone is the proposed location for a modern industrial base for high-tech industries, including a newly developed urban district and exhibition area. The area planned for development is 136.6 square kilometers, and the strategic development objective is to "Reach another level of Chongqing industrial growth in 10 years.”

The New Development Zone comprises a large, flat area of land that is served by a comprehensive transportation network of roads, railways, urban rail transit, river shipping and aviation.

Project Highlights:

  • The transportation planning stage included urban expressways, local road networks, bridges, interchanges, tunnels, comprehensive pipe networks, drainage, lighting, urban landscaping and regional secondary river protection planning.
  • A significant part of the Project was the establishment of an extensive network of arterial roads around important locations such as Changan Ford Industrial Park, the Dazhulin Zone, and the Longtou Temple Zone.
  • Multiple transit systems that serve diverse needs, as well as the input and requests of different Project stakeholders, were respectfully taken into consideration during the planning and design stage.
  • TYLI China’s multi-disciplined team of experts also strategized the successful and ecological integration of industrial and commercial areas within the existing natural landscape. The result is an outstanding example of how people, development and nature can coexist.

Services Provided:

TYLI China was contracted for design consultancy services for much of the infrastructure within the Zone.

During the development of the new Zone, TYLI China provided comprehensive, integrated engineering services in three dimensional urban infrastructure planning; specifically: point, line and surface infrastructure from micro to macro levels.