Balancing the Local Economic and Environmental Effects of Tourism

Growth in leisure travel has become increasingly significant economically, socially, and environmentally. However, flexible but uncoordinated travel behaviors exacerbate traffic congestion. Mobile phone records not only reveal human mobility patterns, but also enable us to manage travel demand for system efficiency.
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$ 353B
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Nature and Context

Careful coordination of the travel behavior of tourists may reduce congestion, improve their travel experience, improve the quality of the environment, improve the quality of life for the local population, and avoid the many problems with tourists. Establishing a system that mitigates the adverse effects of mass tourism, while respecting the needs of all stakeholders can help build economies and control climate impact.

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