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Videos on Demand

Tuesday, October 8th, 2019  |  Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, DC

JITTI USA was pleased to hear from experts in international civil aviation from aeronautical authorities and air carriers in Japan and the U.S, as well as an airport operator from Japan, who discussed the future vision and aviation strategies of international civil aviation in the Asia Pacific region.

Authors: Tomomi Tsuchiya & Daisuke Miayamoto |  Surface Transporation

The redevelopment project for Hudson Yard is the largest in New York City history, and consequently comes with unique financial challenges and ingenuity.  In this multi-part research report, Rail Analyst Daisuke Miyamoto and former JITTI USA President Tomomi Tsuchiya relay their findings, and Part 1 of this series describes the background, development incentives, financing mechanisms, status and more of this historic project.

Author: Daisuke Takagi |  Civil Aviation

COVID-19 and the suspension of 737MAX aircraft were hot button topics at the 2020 Aviation Summit.  In this report, Aviation Analyst, Daisuke Takagi, introduces the items discussed for these and other topics  at this event.

Author: Yasuhiro Okamoto |  Maritime Transportation

Maritime Analyst, Yasuhiro Okamoto, introduces the achievements of the Japan Coast Guard in providing foreign aid, as well as presenting  the challenges to do so with the plethora of international rules and organizations to take into account.


Volume 7  Issue 5  |  Feature: Shuntaro Okimoto |  Cultural Article:  Yasuhiro Okamoto

This month's Feature Article analyzes how Japan's transportation industry has fare through the COVID-19 pandemic, which has had an unmistakable global impact.  In the Cultural Article, Mr. Okamoto delves into one of his hometowns largest festivals, and describes its unique charm.

Volume 7  Issue 4  |  Feature: Daisuke Miyamoto |  Cultural Article:  Daisuke Takagi

Read how Mobility as a Service and it's U.S. counterpart, Mobility on Demand, continue to gain traction in the transportation industry as technology grants a growing interconnected experience.  Discover what three sounds conjure up the hottest months of the year in Japan.

Volume 7  Issue 3  |  Feature: Yasuhiro Okamoto |  Cultural Article:  Shuntaro Okimoto

JITTI USA Maritime Analyst, Yasuhiro Okamoto, presents the unique challenges that the shipping sector has had to face during the coronavirus pandemic, and JITTI USA staff member, Mamiko Kim, explores Japanese music consumption and discovers what is (and isn't) popular.

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