On railway stations statistics in Smart Cities

Dmitry Namiot, Oleg Pokusaev, Vasily Kupriyanovsky

Abstract


According to studies on the standards of Smart Cities, the transport (or transport component) is one of the defining services in Smart Cities. This explains the large funds and human resources that are invested in the planning, development, and analysis of transport communication in cities all over the world. In this article written on the results of work on the design of the new urban rail system, the authors analyze data on the use of railway stations both within the city and in the urban agglomeration area. One of the key moments and an initial part of any transport design is always the estimation of traffic (the estimation of the use) of the proposed transport system. This requires an understanding of the patterns of the movement of passengers (models of using the transport system). Identification of such patterns and their use in urban analytics are the subjects of this article. Obviously, the use patterns reflect the current state of the transport system and the urban environment. Accordingly, the recorded changes in usage patterns can serve as indicators and metrics for changes in the urban environment.

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