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Volume 24, Issue 7 - Dec 2006
Volume 24, Issue 6 - Oct 2006
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Aug 2006
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Jun 2006
Volume 24, Issue 3 - May 2006
Volume 24, Issue 2 - Apr 2006
Volume 24, Issue 1 - Feb 2006
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Study of Revitalizing of Daegu International Airport
Hong, Seok-Jin ; Jeong, Ung-Gi ; Song, Sang-Hwa ; Seo, Jeong-Uk ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 7~19
Due to the continuous expansion of the highway, the opening of the high-speed railway(KTX), etc, the demands of domestic air transport decreasing. In the circumstances, airports and local governments are spending themselves in taking a measure to activate local airports. In this aspect, this study seeks the smooth flow of human movement through the activation of Daegu International Airport by analyzing the present condition of Daegu International Airport in relation to the appearance of the high-speed railway, deducing plans for activating airports, and presenting the roadmaps for long-, mid- and short-term roles for the development of Daegu Airport, and Presents substantial fulfilling plans to secure the competitive power of Daegu International Airport by speeding up the flow of air goods of the area for the long run. It is suggested in the study that by setting up an organization exclusively responsible for activating Daegu International Airport in the city of Daegu, supporting local travel agencies to promote consistent demands, supporting aviation companies to employ Daegu International Airport as a major air base, establishing airlines with priority for airports that open newly in local cities of Japan and establishing and expanding airlines in China areas be promoted actively. Ministry of Construction & Transportation makes it a means of main airport Policy to only support Incheon International Airport to be a hub. However not only Incheon International Airport should be an amok representing the country, but also the wide Metropolitan area should supply the demands, and airports based in the West and East Coast areas need to be developed in the future. It is suggested that since air demands of domestic local airports are based on the demands of the of gin destination in neighboring region, multiple bases need to be developed. It is suggested that by developing not 1 in mega hub (Incheon International Airport) but 1 in mega hub. 2 in regional hub (the West and East Coast) and Jeju foy the tourism hub in our developing airports system.
An Experimental Study on Optimal Space Rate of Letters within Road Sign
Lee, Gi-Yeong ; Yu, Tae-Ho ; Lee, Gun-Sang ; O, Yeong-Tae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 21~32
The purpose of this study is to determine the economical standard for road signs by verifying the difference in driver's legibility time with respect to the spacing of letters on the toad signs. Laboratory simulations were conducted to confirm the difference in legibility time for six target signs of different spacing. Also. a binary logit model was used to find the main factors, which could lower the rate if misreading. This model involves not only a simple enlargement of signs but also a suitable match of letters and signs along with the optimal spacing of the text letters on the road signs to increase the legibility of the sign. The result of this study verified the importance of spacing in road signs and Proved itself to be an effective method to determine the future standard for the road signs.
The Selection of Optimal Probability Distribution and Estimation for Design Hourly Factor in National Highway Roads
Jo, Jun-Han ; Han, Jong-Hyeon ; Kim, Seong-Ho ; Lee, Byeong-Saeng ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 33~43
This research is to the selection of optimal probability distribution as well as the estimation for design hourly factor in consideration of traffic characteristic, such as road function, lane number and AADT. To accomplish the objectives, we are applied to various probability distribution using traffic data that observed at permanent traffic count points in 2005. The parameters or the selected 14 probability distribution were estimated based on the method of maximum likelihood and the validity condition of the estimated parameter The goodness-of-fit test, such as chi-square test. was performed as well as the estimation of design hourly factor. As a result, An appropriate distributions of each case were selected : Pearson V for two lane of rural roads, LogLogistic for the four lane of rural roads, LogLogistic for the urban roads, Extreme value for recreation roads. And optimal K factor are as following :
for two lane of rural roads,
for the four lane of rural roads.
for the urban roads,
for recreation roads.
A Comparative Analysis of Operational Condition of Corporation-owned and Owner-driver Taxies Using Tachometer Output Data
Hwang, Jeong-Hun ; Yun, Dae-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 45~54
The Purpose of this Paper is to compare and analyze the operational condition of corporation-owned and owner-driver taxies using tachometer output data. The empirical findings from this study are as follows : First, although corporation-owned taxies have long operating mileage and service driving mileage per vehicle. the service rate of owner-driver taxies were 3.5 percent higher than corporation-owned taxies. Secondly it is found that operation mileage, service driving mileage, and service Income except non-service driving mileage have statistically significant differences between corporation owned and owner-driver taxies. In addition. there was a weak correlation between the income and non-service driving mileage of owner-driver taxies. It is concluded that owner-driver taxies joined the call-taxi association and call-taxi services decreased non-service driving mileage.
A Balanced Approach to the Planning and Design of Urban Streets
Kim, Yong-Seok ; Choe, Jae-Seong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 55~64
Pedestrians and vehicle users ate competing for limited space in urban streets. Therefore, strategical planning and design should be considered to balance the needs placed on urban streets. The study suggested a way to put this concept in to practice by comparing level of service(LOS) of pedestrians and vehicles in the planning and design stage. Also. the study considered the priority among two users basing on the land use characteristics and the functional hierarchy of the streets. In order to overcome the lack or prediction or survey of pedestrian demands in design process, new pedestrian LOS applicable to sidewalk design was suggested based on the comfort linked with the physical limitation. The comparison of the suggested way and the existing way provided at the end of the paper.
Travel Demand and Transportation Cost of Household According to Accessibility to Public Transport and to Service Facilities
Kim, Seong-Gil ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 65~74
The costs of owning car are accepted as a subscription fee for participating in car-oriented society and only direct out-of-pocket costs of driving are mostly considered, so that the efficient location with better accessibility to service facilities is often under-appreciated. The purpose of this study is to explore the impact of accessibility to public transport and other service facilities on travel demand and transportation cost of household. The residential areas in Hamburg are categorized into 8 types according to level of public transport and other service facilities. The costs of owning and operating car in each residential area are calculated on the base of the household automobile ownership and usage analysed through the actual survey The result of this analysis shows that the transportation cost of household is decreased In proportion to the level of Public transport and other service facilities. This analysis finds the structure of residential area, which economize energy consume and makes household actual transportation cost saying Possible. The result of the analysis can be used as a tool for influencing home locaion choice towards Public transportaion corridors.
An Analysis for Transferring Connectivity at Incheon international Airport
Park, Yong-Hwa ; Kim, Seong-Yeong ; Kim, Jung-Yeop ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 75~85
Recently. large number of countires have been focused on the construction of container seaport and hub airport to enrole as the center of logistics. In particular, the East Asian nations have been enhanced their airports' facilities in order to accommodate for demand of global market environment. In Korea, Incheon International Airport (ICN) was opened in 2001 to take leading role as the Northeast Asian main hub airport. The purpose of this research is to analyze the transferring connectivity at ICN. To analyze its connectivity, this research has been applies two methodologies ; wane structure and minimum or maximun connection time analysis It has analyzed the temporal configuration as the frequency and quality of indirect connections offered by an airline by adopting a wave-system structure in the airline flight schedule. As an empirical analysis, it also calculated the minimum and maximum connection time adopting Korean Air's flight information.
Dynamic OD Estimation with Hybrid Discrete Choice of Traveler Behavior in Transportation Network
Kim, Chae-Man ; Jo, Jung-Rae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 89~102
The purpose of this paper is to develop a dynamic OD estimating model to overcome the limitation of depicting teal situations in dynamic simulation models based on static OD trip. To estimate dynamic OD matrix we used the hybrid discrete choice model(called the 'Demand Simulation Model'), which combines travel departure time with travel mode and travel path. Using this Demand Simulation Model, we deduced that the traveler chooses the departure time and mode simultaneously, and then choose his/her travel path over the given situation In this paper. we developed a hybrid simulation model by joining a demand simulation model and the supply simulation model (called LiCROSIM-P) which was Previously developed. We simulated the hybrid simulation model for dependent/independent networks which have two origins and one destination. The simulation results showed that AGtt(Average gap expected travel time and simulated travel time) did not converge, but average schedule delay gap converged to a stable state in transportation network consisted of multiple origins and destinations, multiple paths, freeways and some intersections controlled by signal. We present that the hybrid simulation model can estimate dynamic OD and analyze the effectiveness by changing the attributes or the traveler and networks. Thus, the hybrid simulation model can analyze the effectiveness that reflects changing departure times, travel modes and travel paths by demand management Policy, changing network facilities, traffic information supplies. and so on.
Analysis of Tour Information Services using Agent-based Simulation
Kim, Hyeon-Myeong ; O, Jun-Seok ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 103~117
This study develops an agent-based simulation model to evaluate tourist information systems under ubiquitous environment. In this study, individual tourist's activity chaining behavior is formulated as a utility maximization problem. The underlying assumption of the model is that tourists increase their activities within their time and budget constraints to maximize their utilities. The model seeks individual's optimal tour schedule by solving Prize-Collecting Multiple-Day Traveling Salesman Problem(PC MD TSP). The simulation-based evaluation framework allows investigating individual utility gains by their information type and the total expenditure at each tour attractions. The real-time tour activity scheduling system enables tourists to optimize their tour activities by minimizing their time loss and maximizing their opportunity to use high utility facilities.
Design of Sidewalk Landscape Considering Human Sensibility
Lee, Byeong-Ju ; Park, Sang-Myeong ; Nam, Gung-Mun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Transportation, volume 24, issue 6, 2006, Pages 119~127
Recently. there are demanding a better sidewalk environment considering side of psychic as well as physical factors as the rapid growth of cities and improvement of traffic consciousness. Also. it needs to give a better sidewalk environment because those pedestrians evade a sidewalk space with minimum Physical design standards. So. we think very important that get a grip what makes Pedestrian feel a comfort and amenity in sidewalk above all. In this study, we carried out a cognition experiment of sidewalk environment on considering the human's psychic with Sensibility Ergonomics and the survey method using SD (Semantic Differential) scale. And we made a recognition evaluation model of sidewalk landscape and sensibility recognition model of sidewalk design factors using LISREL model that analysis sensibility recognition of sensibility adjective by SD scale. In results, we found out a possibility of the design with comfort and amenity in sidewalk environment as considering Sensibility Ergonomics, and an importance of harmonious green environment as a roadside tree etc. above all.