GRIPS-related news of each faculty member
■Senior Professor IEDA, Hitoshi
Specialty: Regional, Transport and Infrastructure Planning / Policy
*Information correct as of the time of publication of listed media.
|2018.10.2||News: The council for discussion of countermeasures against natural disasters in major domestic airports met recently. GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda is council chair.||The Nikkei (national newspaper)|
|2018.8.30||Comment: GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda on countermeasures to deal with road deterioration.||The Kensetsutsushin Shimbun|
|2018.8.2||Comment: GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda on policies to ensure highway security and to enhance the productivity of logistics.||LOGISTICS NIPPON|
|2018.4.5||Interview: GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda on transport and infrastructure planning/policy.||The Nikkei (national newspaper)|
|2018.2.2||News: GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda attended a conference on coping with mechanical and technical problems in transportation systems.||Sankei News|
|2017.9.22||Comment: GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda on discussion regarding the eventual opening of the Linear Chuo Shinkansen.||Kentsu Shinbun|
|2016.12.27||Interview: GRIPS Professor IEDA Hitoshi on the extension of the Hokuriku Shinkansen railway.
|The Nikkei（national newspaper）|
|2016.9.15||News: The committee for highway numbering in Japan, chaired by GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda, has released a new highway numbering proposal.
|Butsuryu Nippon Shimbun|
Comment: GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda on the management of highway numbering in Japan.
|The Mainichi Shimbun (national newspaper）|
|2016.4.30||Comments: GRIPS professor Hitoshi Ieda, on the collapse of the massive Aso bridge into the river after being damaged by the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake.
|The Asahi Shimbun Digital (national newspaper）|
|2016.4.23||Comments: GRIPS professor Hitoshi Ieda, on the site-inspection of the Kumamoto-quake-hit town of Mashiki by the Japan Society of Civil Engineers. (Prof. Ieda served as a member of Inspectorate.)
|The Sankei (national newspaper）West|
Comments: Council for Transport Policy member and GRIPS Professor Hitoshi Ieda, on the new Tokyo area railway construction guidelines.
|The NIKKEI（national newspaper）|