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Movable Fences to be Used as a Protective Measure

Movable fences to be used as a protective measureMovable fences will be used at the venues of the Universiade  a month before the opening of the games in August. The fences are two meters high, and are one of the protective measures done by the police for the safety of the visitors and participants.

Security for the games will be using a four tiered control system, similar to the ones that were used during the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The outer areas during the games will be used as traffic guidance areas, passengers and vehicles need to obey all traffic rules, and all vehicles entering must have proper permits.

A red line area will also be imposed and visitors must have permits and will need to go through security checks. Police will be stationed every 100 meters to ensure peace and security. Only authorized personnel are allowed in the inner areas of the Universiade venues. The police will only open Haide Road 3 after the opening ceremony.

A 5 km fence will also enclose the Longgang Sports Center, and the northern section of the Longxing Boulevard will be closed to the public. Longxiang Boulevard and Huangge Roads will be left open to reduce congestion among commuters. An assigned security team for the Universiade will be following  international standards by placing eight security managers under one director in each venue.



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