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Modeling the Necessity and Accessibility of Bicycle-Sharing Stations Using GIS and Open Data

Student: Aleksei Chubarov

Supervisor: Tatiana Yakushkina

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

In recent decades, the trend of urban population growth is obvious, however, at the current rate of transport infrastructure and provision of the city does not keep up with such rapid development. Many districts are experiencing a low public transport supply, and traffic arteries are in traffic jams. This master's thesis is devoted to the development of an important component of the transport system of the modern city – bicycle transport, and directly to the calculation of the need and availability of bike rental stations. The lack of transport provision for short-and medium-distance correspondence, or for tangential connections, clearly defines the role of the bicycle in the transport system of a large city. There are ways to assess the availability of bike rental stations as a service to coordinate its development. The paper analyzes the role of station bike rental for the transport system of the city, as well as the world experience in the use of transport security indices of territories, methods of their calculation and efficiency of use in solving transport problems In the practical part of the analysis of areas for the need for bicycle stations, as well as the calculation of availability for existing bike rental service

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