広島市郊外における公共交通の利便性評価 : 安佐南区・西区・佐伯区をケーススタディとして

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広島市郊外における公共交通の利便性評価 : 安佐南区・西区・佐伯区をケーススタディとして
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Convenience Evaluation of Public Traffic in the Suburbs : A Case Study: the Western Area of Saeki Ward
著者
氏名 大東 延幸
ヨミ オオヒガシ ノブユキ
別名 Ohigashi Nobuyuki
氏名 田中 晶生
ヨミ タナカ アキオ
別名 Tanaka Akio
氏名 渡部 昴
ヨミ ワタナベ スバル
別名 Watanabe Subaru
キーワード
public traffic
Arc View GIS
NDC
680
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The traffic demand in the city is different depending on the scale of the city. The public transportation facilities by mass transportation form more local route regardless of the center of a city its suburban parts, and the convenience of public traffic is secured in the metropolitan area. On the other hand, in a local metropolitan area public traffic is poorly developed, and people have takes their cars instead. There is a tendency to use automobile traffic instead of public traffic, in a city suburban part. Furthermore, the center of Hiroshima-shi located in a province center city area is surrounded by hills and its flat part has a geographical feature which consists of a delta, and the rate of a flat-ground portion is very low compared with other cities. The mountain of a suburban part has a slope residential section. From there, 300,000 people commute to the center in the morning rush hours. Though the mass transportation traffic is in poor condition in the slope residential quarters, the number of car users has been increasing, which leads to making the traffic jam more terrific. Use of public traffic is promoted as a plan for traffic congestion relief. However, the convenience of the present condition is unclear when using public traffic. Then, what we wish to mention in this paper is to show objectively whether the service level of the public transportation facility in present Hiroshima City is an appropriate “Arc View GIS”.

掲載雑誌名
広島工業大学紀要. 研究編
43
開始ページ
119
終了ページ
123
出版年月日
2009-02
出版者
広島工業大学
ISSN
1346-9975
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AA11599110
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