Model Split Analysis for the Selected Corridor- Bangalore CityJournal: International Journal for Scientific Research and Development | IJSRD (Vol.3, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2016-02-01
Authors : Lohit Talawar;
Page : 238-242
Keywords : Transportation; Model Split Analysis;
A study corridor of length 16.5km was selected for the study. This stretch mixed type of land uses i.e. residential, commercial and recreational. Data on travel time by bus and car, opinion surveys on fare, mode changes, comfort and LOS were conducted. Along with them trip purpose, travel time and waiting time at stops were also used. Analysis of the data indicated large percentage of trip performed with work purpose followed by education, maximum number of commuters travel to a distance of more than 5km. Time spent in waiting for the bus was also a higher side and about 56% commuters were satisfied with the present LOS. About 78% of commuters were ready to shift to the higher modes of transportation. An utility function was derived to express the satisfaction experienced by the commuter. This is significant at 5% level of significance of f-test.
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