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The Use of Travel Time to Measure Geographic Accessibility to Breast Screening Services in New South Wales, Australia Short Paper

time. Damiani et al. (2005) found that ‘very high’ correlations allowed the inference that straight line distance was indeed a reasonable proxy for travel time in most hospital demand or choice models but that travel time was only one measure of accessibility. Although distance is a fundamental indicator of geographical access, travel time, cost, transportation access, and perceived distance are often more relevant to health care utilisation (Cromley and McLafferty, 2002). The relationship between

Deborah van Gaans, Neil Coffee, Theo Niyonsenga, Catherine Miles, Matthew Warner-Smith, Mark Daniel, David Roder, Daniel J. Weiss

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 1–7

Research Article

The use of modern information technology in research on transport accessibility

Transport accessibility can be analyzed using a number of different methods. The problem with each of them is the difficulty of obtaining data to measure this phenomenon The focus of this article and its main goal are to present methods and tools for gathering data on road traffic; thanks to modern information technology, it is possible to collect real data without the need for large-scale and highly capital-intensive measurements. The application of modern information technology (IT) presented

Bartosz BARTOSIEWICZ, Szymon WIŚNIEWSKI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 87–98

Research Article

AN ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL EQUITY CONCERNING INVESTMENTS IN HIGH-SPEED RAIL SYSTEMS: THE CASE STUDY OF ITALY

Summary. It is recognised in the literature that spatial accessibility is a measure of spatial equity and can be represented by the ease of travelling from an origin to a given destination via a given mode or set of transport modes. Although urban areas can benefit from improvements in accessibility when a new high-speed rail line is built, equity issues may arise.This manuscript describes a methodology for evaluating equity impacts due to an extension of the High Speed Rail network in Italy. A

Francesca PAGLIARA, Luigi BIGGIERO, Alessia PATRONE, Francesco PERUGGINI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 55–68

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ADAPTATION OF FLATS IN CONCRETE SLAB BUILDINGS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. ISSUES, COSTS, REIMBURSEMENT OPTIONS, COMPARISONS

middle and high-rise multi-family buildings must be equipped with passenger lifts, which provide access to each floor for disabled people ([7] §54 section 1 and section 2). In the absence of a lift, access to flats on the ground floor ([7] § 55 section 1) is required. One may get the impression that the problem has been resolved, but after a more thorough analysis, it should be noted that we are dealing with a very “literal” and surface treatment of this issue. The building accessibility zone is

Małgorzata BARTNICKA

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 3, 7–21

Research Article

MODELLING CHALLENGES TO FORECAST URBAN GOODS DEMAND FOR RAIL

This paper explores the new research challenges for forecasting urban goods demand by rail. In fact, the growing interest to find urban logistics solutions for improving city sustainability and liveability, mainly due to the reduction of urban road accessibility and environmental constraints, has pushed to explore solutions alternative to the road. Multimodal urban logistics, based on the use of railway, seem an interesting alternative solution, but it remained mainly at conceptual level. Few

Antonio COMI, Agostino NUZZOLO

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 75–91

Research Article

IDENTIFICATION OF TRAFFIC CONGESTION ON URBAN ARTERIALS FOR HETEROGENEOUS TRAFFIC

Summary. With the rapid growth of urban traffic, the gap between traffic demand and supply is increasing by the day, and traffic congestion has become a part of urban Indian life. The following aspects have become important for transportation planners and managers: identification of the frequently congested road sections, estimating their influence on the entire road network, and improving the connectivity and accessibility of the whole road network. Identification of congestion metric is the

Amudapuram Mohan RAO, K. Ramachandra RAO

Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 131–142

Research Article

Risk sharing in the paper ticket distribution system on the example of municipal transport union of the upper Silesian industrial district in Katowice

Properly organized ticket distribution is a crucial tool to realize tariff policy of public passenger transport provider in the given area, as well as the factor influencing the ticket sale profits. Providing the proper accessibility of public communication ticket sale network requires signing contracts with third parties, which is consequently connected with the necessity to divide the tasks and responsibilities among them, which generates certain risk for each of the parties. In the article

Anna URBANEK

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 45–54

Research Article

Travel demand management in the context of promoting bike trips, an overview of solutions implemented in Cracow

Car traffic in cities causes a decrease in travel speed, irregularity of public transport operation and, as a consequence for travellers, significant time losses. Because of congestion the accessibility to the destination points, especially those that are located in the city centre, is threatened. Other difficulties concern: road safety, increasing air pollution, traffic noise and global warming. Construction of new roads and transport facilities requires large financial resources and covers

Katarzyna NOSAL

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 23–34

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OPTIMIZING THE TIME COSTS OF PASSENGER TRANSPORT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

system in combination with urban passenger transport, which will transport representatives of the group of people with restricted mobility together with all other passengers. The study found that in the case of insufficient accessibility to the required environment, by the increase in the demand of disabled people for transportation by "social taxi", travelling costs are increased that results in increasing total costs of the carrier. Based on a comparative analysis of logistical costs

Phridon GOGIASHVILI, Jumber CHOGOVADZE, Gocha LEKVEISHVILI, David KBILASHVILI, Besik SIRBILADZE, Vazha DOGRASHVILI

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 123–135

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QUALITY OF LIFE AND POVERTY IN UKRAINE – PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT BASED ON THE SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING INDICATORS

addition, methodological approaches in national statistics practice are discussed for the case of analysis of economic deprivation and for infrastructure development as indicator of geographic accessibility of services and non-geographic barriers causing the deprivation of access. Also, this paper reviews the factors that underlie the deprivations and define the percentage of population that is particularly affected by multiple deprivation in Ukraine. It covers the data on dynamics and analyses the

Oleksandr Osaulenko

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 2, 237–247

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Ultrasonography of peritoneal tuberculosis

with sensitivity between 0 and 6%(20,21). Ultrasound is an important tool for the diagnosis of peritoneal tuberculosis due to its accessibility and low cost. It is very important to highlight the peritoneal anomalies, even in the absence of ascites. Although the diagnosis of certainty requires histological evidence, some peritoneal anomalies are of great diagnostic value, especially in endemic areas. Peritoneal carcinomatosis remains the main differential diagnosis. Ultrasonography also has the

Ababacar Mbengue, Abdou Rahmane Ndiaye, Ndeye Isseu Amar, Moustapha Diallo, Aminata Diack, Mame Diarra Ndao, Massamba Diop, Amath Fall, Cheikh Tidiane Diouf, Thierno Omar Soko, Ibrahima Cisse Diakhate

Journal of Ultrasonography , ISSUE 77, 98–104

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Burden sharing in families to children, adolescents and young adults with ADHD: Analysis of ADHD Helpline in Swedish Clinical Services

Elina Renhorn, Carl Nytell, Anna Backman, Camilla Ekstrand, Tatja Hirvikoski

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology , 88–91

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Complex Evaluation of Electric Rail Transport Implementation in Vilnius City

The article analyses the current problems of Vilnius city public transportation. The possible solutions (options) and the technical means to improve the attractiveness of public transportation and accessibility are considered. Two main alternatives of means of electric transport (underground and tram) have been singled out for Vilnius city. The suitability of these rail transport means have been substantiated. The nature and density of the work and residence places (areas) of Vilnius city

Gintautas BUREIKA, Stasys STEIŠŪNAS

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 49–60

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