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Determination of Key Factors for the Pedestrian LOS Introducing the Accessibility Index
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Determination of Key Factors for the Pedestrian LOS Introducing the Accessibility Index
CHOI, Sung Taek; CHOO, Sang Ho; JANG, Jin Young;
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 Abstract
A considerable amount of literature has been published on pedestrian LOS. So far, however, there is a limitation that LOS analysis methodologies has concentrated on quantitative variables such as pedestrian flow rate, speed and space. This paper intended to suggest the accessibility variable which can not be considered on previous study. The factor was defined and quantified using public transport attributes in particular. This study was carried out in three phases: 1. defined accessibility employing public mode location and service information. 2. investigated the relationship between accessibility and pedestrian flow rate 3. developed the model to establish the factors affected to pedestrian LOS. The results showed that accessibility, walkway attribute and land use type affected the pedestrian LOS. Especially, accessibility and commercial area ratio had negative relationship with LOS. Futhermore, pedestrian LOS declined when obstacle of bus station located on the walkway. On the contrary, LOS was upgraded when sufficient effective width or residential area was secured. These results can receive considerable critical attentions related to determination of pedestrian LOS or effective walkway width.
 Keywords
accessibility;LOS;ordered probit model;pedestrian;pedestrian walkway;
 Language
Korean
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