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Traffic Volume Count

What is Traffic Volume Count ? Traffic Data Collection is basic requirements for transport planning. Traffic Data forms an integral part of national economics and such knowledge is essential in drawing up a rational transport policy for movement of passengers and goods by both government and the private sectors. Traffic Volume Count is counting of

The Relationship between Transit and Land Use

Transit Oriented Development

It is usually seen that land use changes with better transportation facility and at the same time improvement in transportation facility in an area has effect on land use. This is a kind of cycle which keeps on repeating itself. Here we have tried to explain the relationship between transit and land use in context

TBS Land Airbus

TBS Land Airbus

What is TBS Land Airbus? The “TBS Land Airbus” is a concept of a large train-like vehicle that straddles roadways, requiring neither elevated tracks nor tunnels. It sits on stilts that connect to either side of the road, allowing regular cars to freely pass underneath it. The vehicle will move along fixed tracks at a speed of

Planning Considerations for Bus Terminal

Introduction Transportation is an integral part of the functioning of the society. The transport system improves the social, economic, industrial, commercial progress and transfers the society into an organized one. It is one of the most essential services, vital force for determining the direction of development. To achieve the desired transportation balance and the system

Level of Service (LOS)

Level of Service | Transportation

What is Level of Service (LOS) ? Level of Service is a part and frequently used term and concept of transportation planning in urban planning. A transport planner finds it useful for number of surveys. It helps in planning for existing and upcoming projects. Capacity standards are fixed normally in relation to the Level Of

Hierarchy of Roads

Hierarchy of Road

A good planned city/town reacquires an efficient transport system. This can only be achieved if the town planner is well acquainted with different hierarchy of roads. Thus a town planner and transport planner must have a good understanding of hierarchy of roads in urban and rural areas. A productive urban way system, accompanies an order.