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Micro-scale Public Transport Accessibility by Stations - KTX Seoul Station Case Study -
Choi, Seung U; Jun, Chul Min; Cho, Seong Kil;
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 Abstract
As the need of eco-friendly transportation systems for sustainable development increases, public transport accessibility has been considered as an important element of transportation system design. When analyzing the accessibility, shortest path algorithms can be utilized to reflect the actual movement and we can obtain high resolution accessibility for all other stations on the network with shortest distance and time. This study used the algorithm improved by reflecting the penalty of number of transfers and waiting time of overlapped routes to get the accessibility. KTX Seoul Station is a target place and this algorithm is applied to multi-layer subway bus network of Seoul to calculate the accessibility, therefore this study presented the accessibility of KTX Seoul station by stations.
 Keywords
Public Transport;Accessibility;Shortest Path Algorithm;Transfer Penalty;Multi-layer Network;KTX;
 Language
Korean
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