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Bryniarska Zofia, Daniel Klaudia – Analysis of Public Transport Operation During Renovation of the Józef Piłsudski Bridge in Nowy Sącz
Anton Pashkevich, Jacek Bartusiak, Piotr Lenik – Analysis of offers of the BlaBlaCar carpooling service on the example of travel from / to Krakow
Magdalena Szpórnóg – Analysis of transport by bus delivery lines in the municipalities of Wieliczka, Świątniki Górne and Gdów
Tomasz Szelukowski – Analysis of the independent public transport networks
in selected cities with a population of less than 20 000 inhabitants
Aleksandra Ciastoń-Ciulkin, Aneta Szczygieł – Analysis of the use of passenger terminal capacity in Kraków Airport with the reference to the service quality standards
Bryniarska Zofia, Daniel Klaudia
Analysis of Public Transport Operation During Renovation of the Józef Piłsudski Bridge in Nowy Sącz
Abstract: Road investments, especially those related to the reconstruction of the street network, are a hindrance for both residents and organizers of mass public transport. The problem refers not only to national and provincial roads, but also those located in smaller towns. Renovated objects have often a significant impact on the functioning of traffic in the city. Therefore, during their modernization, alternative detour routes should be properly planned and convenient form of substitute communication should be provided. The article analyses the functioning of substitute communication for the duration of the reconstruction of the Józef Piłsudski Bridge in Nowy Sącz. Due to the non-standard solution – as for the area of Sadecczyzna, the main focus was on the railway communication. The results of measurements of the vehicle’s full capacity in subsequent courses on a working day and on Saturday, as well as marketing research of train passengers with this type of substitute communication have been presented.Also a solution have been proposed which could be implemented when the reconstruction of the road bridge will be completed.
Key words: public transport, replacement communication, rail transport
Anton Pashkevich, Jacek Bartusiak, Piotr Lenik
Analysis of offers of the BlaBlaCar carpooling service on the example of travel from / to Krakow
Abstract: Nowadays there are new solutions improving people’s mobility constantly appearing. Also the existing means of transportation are being improved. They are promoted, tested and implemented worldwide. Unfortunately, assessing the effectiveness of their operation or impact on existing systems is often difficult due to the lack of available data or the possibility to obtain necessary data from the suppliers of these solutions. The purpose of the article is to analyze travel offers of one of the modern transport solutions – carpooling – basing on the data obtained from the BlaBlaCar website. In addition to the general presentation of how this solution and its users work, this analysis focuses on comparing BlaBlaCar’s offers with traditional public transport offers.
Key words: carpooling, BlaBlaCar, mobility
Analysis of transport by bus delivery lines in the municipalities of Wieliczka, Świątniki Górne and Gdów
Abstract: The aim of the article is to analyze and evaluate operating of bus delivery lines in the areas of Wieliczka, Świątniki Górne and Gdów municipalities. The lines transport inhabitants of distant villages to the Wieliczka railway station. All delivery lines have been described. Presentation includes: passenger flows, punctuality of bus departures from the Wieliczka Rynek Kopalnia stop and accessibility zones for bus stops and the railway station.
Key words: passenger transport, public transport, private carrier
Analysis of the independent public transport networks in selected cities with a population of less than 20 000 inhabitants
Abstract: The aim of the article is to present the latest public transport systems launched between 2016 and 2018. The article covers only the analysis of independent networks that are not linked to agglomeration transport systems. The analysis takes into account adopted models of transport organization, course of transport routes, availability of transport stops, time range of transport operations, volume of operational work and tariff-ticketing systems.
Key words: collective transport, public transport, medium-sized cities
Aleksandra Ciastoń-Ciulkin, Aneta Szczygieł
Analysis of the use of passenger terminal capacity in Kraków Airport with the reference to the service quality standards
Abstract: The growth in air traffic in recent years has led to problems with capacity to handle air transport. There are problems with high volumes of air traffic and aircraft, but above all with overloading of passenger traffic at many airports. Insufficient airport capacity may significantly reduce airports development. The article presents an analysis of the capacity of the passenger terminal at the John Paul II International Airport in Krakow (MPL), taking into account the standards of passenger service quality in its particular zones recommended by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Kraków Airport was chosen because of the recent very rapid increase in the number of passengers checked in and the significant expansion of the passenger terminal. The analysis allows the identification of bottlenecks in the passenger terminal and may facilitate the search for solutions improving the terminal capacity until its further expansion.
Key words: passenger terminal, air transport, travel comfort, capacity of passenger terminal