Book 1
Concept and Legacy
Political and Economic Climate
Legal Aspects
Immigration Formalities
Environment and Meteorology
Finance
Marketing

Book 2
Sport and Venues - Intro
    Sport and Venues - Part 1
    Sport and Venues - Part 2
Paralympic Games
Olympic Village

Book 3
Medical Services
Security
Accommodation
Transport
Technology
Media Operations
Olympism and Culture

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Bid Book » Book3 » Transport » Organisation

ATHLETES AND TEAM OFFICIALS

In conformity with the IOC requirements, the following transport principles will be applied to sports delegations:

  • Priority servicing at all Games’ airports (accreditation, baggage/equipment)
  • Dedicated shuttle service ensuring direct transfer from the airports to the Olympic Village and back
  • Dedicated transportation (buses/minibuses) to meet the travel needs on the routes Olympic Village/Competition venues/Training venues
  • Provision of necessary special transport to convey sports inventory, horses, etc.
  • Provision of sufficient parking capacities and drop/load areas at the competition venues
  • Catering for specific needs (timely arrivals; secured vehicles used; adaptability to changes in the schedule)
  • Free travel using all modes of the city public transport

TECHNICAL OFFICIALS

In conformity with the IOC requirements, the following transport principles will be applied to technical officials:

  • Priority servicing at all Games’ airports (accreditation, baggage)
  • Dedicated shuttle service ensuring direct transfer from the airports to hotels and back
  • Dedicated transportation (minibuses) to meet the travel needs on the routes Hotels/Competition venues
  • Provision of sufficient parking capacities at hotels and competition venues
  • Catering for specific needs (timely arrivals; adaptability to changes in the schedule)
  • Free travel using all modes of the city public transport

NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEES

In conformity with the IOC requirements, the following transport principles will be applied to the NOCs:

  • Priority servicing at all Games’ airports (accreditation, baggage)
  • Dedicated shuttle service ensuring direct transfer from the airports to hotels and back
  • Free travel using all modes of the city public transport

MEDIA

In conformity with the IOC requirements, the following transport principles will be applied to the media:

  • Priority servicing at all Games’ airports (accreditation, baggage/equipment)
  • Dedicated shuttle service ensuring direct transfer from the airports to the Media Village and hotels and back
  • Dedicated transportation (buses/minibuses) to meet the travel needs related to the official/professional duties at Games-time
  • Provision of necessary special transport to convey equipment and other specific property
  • Provision of sufficient parking capacities and drop/load areas at the venues
  • Catering for specific needs (timely arrivals; adaptability to changes in the schedule)
  • Free travel using all modes of the city public transport
  • If required, provision of due access to extra pay transport services

SPONSORS

In conformity with the IOC requirements, the following transport principles will be applied to the sponsors:

  • Priority servicing at all Games’ airports (accreditation, baggage)
  • Provision of preferential access to any transport services
  • Provision of all technical and data support required
  • Free travel using all modes of the city public transport

T1-T3 CONSTITUENTS

In conformity with the IOC requirements, the following transport principles will be applied to T1-T3 constituents regardless of their appropriate groups (IOC, IFs, sponsors, etc.):

  • Priority servicing at all Games’ airports (accreditation, baggage)
  • Comprehensive VIP/dedicated transport service
  • Particular consideration for T1

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