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The LOS Analysis of Railway Station Facilities Based on Design Hourly Factor and Simulation
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 Title & Authors
The LOS Analysis of Railway Station Facilities Based on Design Hourly Factor and Simulation
Oh, Tae-ho; Lee, Seon-ha; Cheon, Choon-keun; Kim, Eun-ji; Yu, Byung-young;
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 Abstract
Recently the passenger of railway satisfaction levels are lowered. the reason why the railway station was built without considering the increased passenger due to diversification(transfer, shopping, and etc.) of the domestic railway station infrastructure. Especially, in case of KTX Gwangju-Songjeong Station, the number of its passenger has been increased about more than three times since its opening in 2015, so that there are much inconvenience generated in the station congested with passengers. his study aims to excute using Pedestrian simulation and Design Hourly Factor concepts of Highway Engineering, in order to designing the optimum area through the passenger demand forecast for each station. For this analysis was divided into the second stage. Frist, the railway passenger was calculated by using the methodology of Design Hourly Factor that is used during road design in the aspect of traffic engineering. Second, we tried to analyze the level of service in each railway station facility through the pedestrian simulation. Analytical results show that utilizing pedestrian simulation provides verification for calculation of LOS of each railway station facility. Therefore, In the future when designing railway station of facilities will be possible to suggest the facilities area based on LOS.
 Keywords
Design hourly factor;Level of Service;Micro simulation;Pedestrian simulation;
 Language
Korean
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