middle and high-rise multi-family buildings must be equipped with passenger lifts, which provide access to each floor for disabled people ( §54 section 1 and section 2). In the absence of a lift, access to flats on the ground floor ( § 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
Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 3, 7–21
The paper dwells on the methodology for assessing the efficiency of transport services in transportation of disabled people on the local urban regular bus routes. Proposed methodology is based on the level of organization of transport system and logistics approaches and principles for determining the quality of adaptation to requirements of disabled people transportation. The paper describes the identification of the conditions for coordination of regular urban bus routes for disabled persons
Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 159–167
With a view to determining the dynamics and possible trauma sustained by a disabled person in a wheelchair in the passenger compartment of a bus, a physical model has been developed. The system, as the time function, generalized in the coordinates X(t), φ(t), was described by second-order Lagrangian differential equations. The proposed mathematical model allows for determining the motion characteristics of disabled people in a wheelchair in a bus that can cause injuries. This paper presents
Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 49–60
will also be useful for disabled people (blind, etc.), who are not able to press a button by themselves.
More research is required in the future, in order to obtain the optimal background pattern. The recognition detection should not be influenced by the color of the clothes of the pedestrians, yet if that happens, there should be no major consequences. Future research should also define the vertical position of the pattern in order to avoid the detection of wild and stray animals.
Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 35–43
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
Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 123–135