DETERMINATION OF LAWS OF CHANGE OF PARAMETERS OF THE TRANSPORT SYSTEM
Itisprovedthatwhenchangingtheparametersofthedistributionofpassengertrafficbetweenautomobileandrailwayroutenetworks, the quantitative mean values oftheaveragelengthoftherouteandmediumnetworkrangeoftheridechangebylessthan 0,01%, and the transfer ratioremainsun changed. It is determined that changing the speed of the ride is such a factor that does not affect the quantitative values of the number of movements in the network, the transfer ratio, the average distance of the trip. At the same time, the existence of a polynomial dependence of the average coefficient of passenger capacityuse and the number of buses on the speed of route/network rides has been proved. The functions of redistribution of volumes of transportation in relation to any route of different types of transport, with a constant total number of movements, causes an increase in the number of transported passengers, the transport operation of the route network, the average coefficient of passenger capacity, the number of vehicles.
The paper examined issues of studying the basis of intercity passenger transport routes. It is established that the system of intercity passenger route transportation is not isolated. This causes the influence of the environment on the quantitative indicators of the parameters of the functioning of these systems, which is due to the possibility of quantitative changes in the parameters entering the system. It was determined that the current state of scientific approaches does not fully take into account the interrelation of elements of the intercity passenger route system when calculating the basic parameters of the functioning of this system. It is proved that the issues of further development of scientific approaches regarding the features of accounting for the mutual influence of the quantitative characteristics of the elements of the system of intercity passenger route traffic is relevant and subject to study.
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