2 edition of Interstation spacings for line-haul passenger transportation found in the catalog.
Interstation spacings for line-haul passenger transportation
Vukan R. Vuchic
|Statement||[by] Vukan R. Vuchic.|
|Series||Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering, University of California. Graduate report|
|LC Classifications||TA1205 .V8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 144 l.|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||67065311|
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Interstation Spacings for Line‑haul Passenger Transportation; report of the Operations Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, to the National Bureau of Standards, ; pages.
(With D. Boyce), A Critique of the DVRPC Regional Transportation Plan; University of Pennsylvania, Oct. ; 19 :// Rapid Transit Interstation Spacings for Minimum Travel Time Several factors influencing the optimal interstation spacings for line-haul passenger transportation, for example, rapid transit or commuter railroads, are analyzed with respect to the objective of minimum total passenger travel :// Interstation Spacings for Line‑haul Passenger Transportation; report of the Operations Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, to the National Bureau of Standards, ; pages.
(With D. Boyce), A Critique of the DVRPC Regional Transportation Plan ; University of Pennsylvania, Oct. ; 19 :// Downloadable. Two transportation systems, following the same alignment, serve an area from which population commutes to a central point.
One system has a constant speed and can be taken at any point along the line; the other has a discrete movement and can be boarded at stations only.
The study analyzes the optimal station locations of the latter system for which its patronage will be maximum Interstation Spacing for Line-haul Passenger Transportation Vuchic, Vukan R.
Trans. Sci. v.2 Rapid Transit Interstation Spacing for Minimum Travel Time Vuchic, Vukan R.;Newell, Gordon ?cn. Several factors influencing the optimal interstation spacings for line-haul passenger transportation, for example, rapid transit or commuter railroads, are analyzed with respect to the objective This study analyzes the optimum number of stops and the optimal vehicle stopping policy for operation of a transit route.
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In a highly-developed MRT of or later, I expect we would see more of a mix of interstation spacings with some lines having less than meters between stations and two or three having meters or more and accelerating to higher speeds between stations. Perhaps the latter will be called express ://Nearly optimal parameters for a rail/feeder-bus system on a rectangular grid at which the passengers transfer to a train for the line-haul portion of the journey.
No I--C 33 34 obtained an iterative algorithm for the inter-station spacings that minimize the total passenger travel time. One can combine and extend the models of Hurdle The scientific literature on rapid transit location planning has grown at a fast rate over the past 20 years.
In this chapter an account of some of the most important results are provided. First the main objectives and indices used in the assessment of rapid transit systems are ://