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An Analysis on Evacuation Scenario at Metro-stations using Pedestrian Movement-based Simulation Model
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 Title & Authors
An Analysis on Evacuation Scenario at Metro-stations using Pedestrian Movement-based Simulation Model
You, So-young; Jung, Rea-hyuck; Chung, Jin-hyuck;
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 Abstract
A subway system is one of the major transportation modes at a metropolitan area. When it meets the other lines, the metro station, so-called transferring station, is usually threatened by severe pedestrian congestion and safety issue of transit users including the transportation vulnerable. Although transportation planners forecast travel demand at the beginning, it is not easy to predict pedestrian flows precisely for a long term if land use plans have dramatically changed. Due to expensive costs, structural extension of metro stations is limited. Therefore, it requires efficient and technical improvements as meeting the demand of pedestrian and physical characteristics. In this study, the core mechanism of pedestrian movement-based simulation model was introduced and evacuation scenarios were analyzed with the developed model. As a result, the multiple optimal routes for unexpected events at the solid space of the multiple stories are easily searched through the simulator and in the case of Sadang Station, travel time can be reduced by 60% when the evacuation information and intuitive design are provided.
 Keywords
Pedestrian Movement;Mesoscopic Simulation;Metro-station;Evacuation Scenario Analysis;
 Language
Korean
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