The Quantitative Evaluation for Pick-Up Transportation Services Considering Spatio-Temporal Activity Diagram
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In Japan, an aging society has come. Theinhabitants of middle mountainous ares use cars as the daily transportation mode. On the other hand, most elders who can not drive by themselves tend to depend on pick-up services by household members. However, the pick-up service constrains both driver's and passenger's activities. In addition, household members will face more frequent pick-up neds from elders in the future because some of pick-up service providers would be a consumer of pick-up service, due to their aging. In order to tackle this problem, this study simulates hybrid transportation service such as "pick-up for feeding to bus" which combines the pick-up for feeding by household members and drivers in other households, to the regular bus services. The purpose of this study is to evaluate according to the waiting time of pick-up and achievement rate of elder's activities.
- Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies 2011(0), 44-44, 2011
Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies