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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 4)
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Comparison of Conventional and Modern Urban Public Transport Systems

M. Moradi, A. Ismail and R.A. Rahmat
Corresponding Author:  M. Moradi 

Key words:  AHP, PRT, urban public transport, , , ,
Vol. 7 , (4): 791-794
Submitted Accepted Published
April 08, 2013 July 04, 2013 January 27, 2014
Abstract:

The aim of this study is to compare the conventional and modern public transport systems for urban areas. Conventional public transport systems have been implemented in many metropolises and the cities with substantially large population but there are remarkable complications and disadvantages related to such systems which lead to lower level of efficiency and eventually lower capability to attract the citizens. Modern world can offer an advanced technology based public transport system which can be competitive with conventional systems. Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) is a public transport system which could be among the several systems proposed for a particular urban area in planning and decision making process. An analytical tool is required to compare the characteristics of the conventional systems and the modern system in order to make the most suitable decision in selection of a public transport system for the area under consideration. A model considering social, technical and economical aspects of public transport based on Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method is given that describes the necessary factors which must be checked and considered in planning process of public transport in highly populated cities.
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M. Moradi, A. Ismail and R.A. Rahmat, 2014. Comparison of Conventional and Modern Urban Public Transport Systems.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(4): 791-794.
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