Acta Geographica Sinica ›› 1997, Vol. 52 ›› Issue (2): 104-113.doi: 10.11821/xb199702002

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Yang Wanzhong   

  1. Research Institute of Territorial Development and Regional Economy, East China Normal University, Shanghai, 200062
  • Received:1995-12-01 Revised:1996-09-01 Online:1997-03-15 Published:1997-03-15

Abstract: According to the strategy of economic and social development, the experiences of the industrial distribution in the Worldwide International Metropolis are used to solve the problem of the industrial distribution in Shanghai. The industrial distribution in 21st Century in Shanghai will be a special network pattern with one core, three circles, six developmental axes and eight middle cities. One core includes the Central Business District and Central Commerce District. Three circles mean one Comprehensive District taking Tertiary Industry as the dominant factor in the Inner Ring, another Comprehensive District taking Secondary Industry and Tertiary Industry as the dominant factor in the Outer Ring and the third Comprehensive District taking Primary Industry and Secondary Industry as the dominant factor out of the Outer Ring. Six developmental axes mean a developmental axis from east to west connecting the Second International Airport, Hongqiao International Airport and the Dianshan Lake, a developmental axis from south to north connecting Baoshan, Inner City and Jinshan, a developmental axis connecting Shanghai and Jiading, a developmental axis connecting Shanghai and Songjiang, a development axis connecting Pudong and Luchao Port, a developmental axis along the north bank of Hangzhou Bay. Eight middle cities are cities located in the development axes named Qingpu, Chongming, Jiading and Anting, Songjiang, Nanhui, Zhoupu and Jingshan.

Key words: core, circle, development axis, distribution pattern

CLC Number: 

  • F299.2