Kan ”Gnaget” och ”Stig-Helmer” påverka infrastrukturen? : En studie om turismens påverkan på infrastrukturen
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether, and if so, how tourism effect the construction of a new city district with a stadium in focus. The study is based on a case study of Swedbank Arena and Arenastaden as nearby area. There has been an interest from the writers to study Swedbank Arena and Arenastaden, as it is a current subject, and both of them are under construction, which means that it was possible to see how the process works from the ground up. It has been shown that Swedbank Arena is built up in an entirely new district in which there will be new infrastructure that is tailored to the stadium and the crowd it’s expected to attract. The nearby area outside the new district is tailored to the stadium in the sense that roads are re-built to increase accessibility. To further increase the accessibility public transport will be given priority as a way to get around for those planning the new district. This is so that visitors / tourists can get in and out of the area quickly by public transport. For this reason it is also made changes in public transport. In the conclusion the writers presents a model to show the links between tourism, economy, society and infrastructure. How they fit together and are interdependent. The writers also concludes that there is no appropriate words that can explain what it is like visiting an arena, and the phenomenon that occurs around an arena, a discussion leading to the terms arena tourist and arena tourism.
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