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A Study on the Classification of Transportation Connections in Seoul Subway Adjacent Area Using Portfolio Analysis
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A Study on the Classification of Transportation Connections in Seoul Subway Adjacent Area Using Portfolio Analysis
Kim, Tae-Ho; Park, Jun-Tae; Son, Sang-Ho; Park, Je-Jin;
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 Abstract
This article aims to develop model for the right policy Tools available from the cause analysis regarding the regional differences of subway modal split in Seoul metropolitan area. This allows two major factors of the most influential subway modal split to be proved and Portfolio Analysis is conducted. The results are as follows. Firstly, the two primary factors affecting subway modal split were shown as subway adjacent area and local line bus. It signifies that expansion of subway adjacent area, establishing the number of the subway stations and increase of local line bus are required in order to improve a diminishing subway modal split. Following that, pattern of the improvement to strengthen better subway connections are classified according to the two areas which are Concentration Area of Improvement in Subway Station Area (CAISSA) and Concentration Area of Improvement in Local Bus (CAILB). Our study revealed that Ganbukgu, Seodaemungu, Geumcheongu, and Gwanakgu were selected as the area of CAILB and Songpagu, and Junggu were selected as the area of CAISSA. As all things are considered, transportation policy makers should be taken into account in the two main factors driven by our study according to types in order to enhance the future subway share proportion.
 Keywords
Subway modal split;Subway adjacent area;Local bus;Portfolio analysis;
 Language
Korean
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