Similarities exist between a global city’s CBD and an airport city in terms of transportation and infrastructure. Firstly, both types of cities are in close proximity to sea and air ports. A global city and an airport city’s propinquity to the two ports mentioned, correlates with the level of logistic activities that both cities experience. Logistic activities serve to increase production of intermodal freight activities in special purpose zones such as sea and air ports for the ease of transferring goods and s...
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