Narita International Airport

The entire platform would be supported some 20 to 25 feet off the waves on columns he calls spars, giant versions of the
Tokyo's airport prepares for even the non-Olympic runners.
This is an airport that gets it. As in, it understands what air travelers need and accommodates those needs without crowding them, herding them or nickel-and-diming them.
"The ground started shaking hard and with a collective 'oooh' people started running out of the train station, and out from under the bus boarding area. What could they do but watch, pray and wait?"
Tata and Nano have become poster children for nameless government bureaucracy and corporate arrogance.