Modeling of Passenger Flows in Agglomerations of Large Developing Cities (on the Example of Kyiv)

Authors

  • Dmitry Prusov
    Affiliation

    Department of Construction and Information Technologies, Institute of Innovative Education, Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, Osvity Street 4., 03037 Kyiv, Ukraine

  • Svetlana Dubova
    Affiliation

    Department of Construction and Information Technologies, Institute of Innovative Education, Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, Osvity Street 4., 03037 Kyiv, Ukraine

https://doi.org/10.3311/PPtr.19785

Abstract

Based on the analysis of the fundamental impact of transport infrastructure, the city and the agglomeration are increasingly interpreted as a set of historically composed residential and industrial districts formed in the areas of interchanges of different modes of transport. On the example of the City of Kyiv, the modeling of passenger flows in agglomerations of large developing cities is considered, in order to implement the provisions of a modern urban environment, based on transport analysis of the urban area, with further forecasting of passenger flows on the street-road network and choice of main types of citywide passenger transport in the city. Based on the calculation of the population and passenger formation of transport areas, a model of the city's transport infrastructure is represented, the distribution of passenger traffic by modes of transport is estimated. The results of experimental studies of the intensity of existing passenger flows and models of their definition in the agglomeration of the most valuable city are determined. And the ways to solve the problems of conflict between the city and transport are proposed.

Keywords:

urban area, street-road network, public transport, passenger traffic

Published Online

2023-09-13

How to Cite

Prusov, D., Dubova, S. (2023) Modeling of Passenger Flows in Agglomerations of Large Developing Cities (on the Example of Kyiv), Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering, 51(4), pp. 417–430. https://doi.org/10.3311/PPtr.19785

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