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Development of Criteria for Determining Level of Service for Pedestrian Walkway Considering a Pedestrian Platoon: Focusing on the Hongik University Area
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Development of Criteria for Determining Level of Service for Pedestrian Walkway Considering a Pedestrian Platoon: Focusing on the Hongik University Area
CHOI, Sung Taek; CHOO, Sang Ho; JEON, Na Yeong;
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 Abstract
Pedestrian performance measurement has generally used the average values of pedestrian volumes and speeds from a sample, although each individual`s pedestrian behavior of the sample is mainly affected by his/her socio-economic and physical characteristics. In particular, if such individual characteristics of the sample have wide variations, the average values are hard to be representative. In this respect, this study found that a platoon of pedestrians had a major effect on their pedestrian flows on sidewalks. The more platoons was mixed on pedestrian roads, the lower pedestrian flow rate was. The indexes such as a pedestrian flow rate and an occupancy space are typically calculated by pedestrian volumes in a given period of time regardless of the existence of a platoon. However, it is plausible that a pedestrian speed and a level of pedestrian congestion can be different under the equal amount of pedestrian volumes. Therefore, this study suggested criteria for determining level of service for pedestrian considering platoon effects and confirmed that two places had different pedestrian LOSs because of the platoon effects, even if they showed the same pedestrian flow rate.
 Keywords
level of service;pedestrian;pedestrian flow rate;pedestrian platoon;KHCM;
 Language
Korean
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