Identification of Factors to Improve Public Transit Services (A Case Study of Prithvi Chowk to Talchowk Section of Prithivi Highway)

Authors

  • Saroj Baral Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Paschimanchal Campus, Tribhuwan University, NEPAL
  • Prem Nath Bastola Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Paschimanchal Campus, Tribhuwan University, NEPAL

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31033/ijemr.11.4.32

Keywords:

Travel Time, Running Time, Delay, Transit Service, Pickup and Discharge of Passengers

Abstract

This research presents studies on a segment of highway to determine the quantitative factors that inuence transit services. Travel time and delay study is one of the method to determine quantitative factors. Tour time is described as the average period of time required to journey from one region to some other. Total departure time consists of gadgets which include total working time, places and general delay time. The examine section was done in Prithvi chowk to Tal chowk of Prithvi Highway which is turned to be 12.5 km long.

Additionally, it has been found that the principle variables affecting travel time are: postpone time because of forestall selecting and choosing up passengers, bus model and bus size.32 trips public transport carrier and a 10 trips non-public automobile journey have been held during peak hours. Models are developed the use of SPSS software to become aware of the relationship between the causes of delays and the overall-time delays. Travel time and learning delays can help reduce the number of private vehicles operating and increase the number of public vehicles in order to reduce congestion and improve the e efficiency of the public transport system. It turned into determined that there was a full-size distinction in tour time among the use of the public transit services and the car.

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Published

2021-08-31

How to Cite

Saroj Baral, & Prem Nath Bastola. (2021). Identification of Factors to Improve Public Transit Services (A Case Study of Prithvi Chowk to Talchowk Section of Prithivi Highway). International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 11(4), 248–253. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijemr.11.4.32