Causes of traffic congestion in urban areas. Case of Poland
Aleksandra Koźlak , Dagmara Wach
AbstractThe dynamic development of urban areas poses increasingly more challenges for the provision of transport services for the population. The concentration of the economic potential and population in the metropolitan areas results in the occurrence of large transport needs, and when these needs are met at the same time, the phenomenon of congestion occurs. The purpose of the article is to research the relationship between various factors contributing to congestion in urban traffic and the level of congestion in Polish cities. The authors have used statistical methods such as correlation and regression analysis. The research has shown that the most statistically significant relationships have occurred in the case of the number of business entities and the number of passenger cars. It can be concluded that the demand side factors are more important in Polish cities than the supply side factors or perhaps the current transport policy is ineffective. When effectively applied, transport policy instruments can play a special role. These instruments can contribute to reducing congestion in various ways, i.e. by implementing various sub-objectives, which include reducing the need to travel, reducing the use of passenger cars, improving the functioning of public transport and use of the infrastructure. The results of this study can be useful for transport policy makers at central, regional and local levels.
|Journal series||SHS Web of Conferences , ISSN 2416-5182, e-ISSN 2261-2424, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Conference||X Konferencja Naukowa InfoGlob 2018, 18-09-2018 - 20-09-2018, Gdańsk ; Nynäshamn, Polska|
|License||Journal (articles only); published final; ; with publication|
|Score|| = 15.0, ArticleFromJournalAndMatConfByIndicator|
= 15.0, ArticleFromJournalAndMatConfByIndicator
|Uwagi||Brak objętości od autora|
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