DETERMINATION OF THE PASSENGER TRANSPORT FATIGUE IN URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION
The article deals with the determination of the transport fatigue arising in urban passenger transportation to decrease the passengers' labor productivity and quality in a sector of material or non-material production. Considering the passengers' origination from the different population segments and the different results of their job, it has been suggested to use the passenger's workplace adaptation time when estimating the transport fatigue. From the analysis of approaches to obtain the fatigue initial data it has been found that the questionnaire survey combined with the subsequent statistical data processing is the procedure of choice. From the survey on the effect of the travel parameters and the passengers' age on the transport fatigue, it has been revealed that changing the passenger adaptation time at the workplace can best be described by a logarithmic equation. The transport fatigue assessment resulted from the passengers' adaptation time should be used as a part of social effect in planning the operation or improving the quality of urban mass transit and developing the passenger transportation systems in the present-day cities.
Keywords: passenger, transport fatigue, survey, regression analysis
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