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Study for Human Powered Transportation and Its Consequences on General Traffic


Aadil Rashid Rather , Desh Bhagat University,Mandi, Gobindgarh; Sonu Ram, Desh Bhagat University; Rayees Ahmad Ganie, ARYAN GROUP OF COLLEGES


Human Powered Transportation, General Traffic


In nations like India we for the most part can locate a mixed traffic for example a traffic flow establishing of all sort of vehicles like cycle, rickshaw, vehicle, transport and so on. In Indian urban areas the portion of non-motorised transport (NMT) at peak hours excessively high. Every public vehicle method of transport includes get to trips by NMT at each end. Therefore, non-motorised method of traffic assumes a significant job in fulfilling travel demand in nations like India. To structure a traffic facility it is important to comprehend the conduct of traffic stream. Understanding the conduct of a traffic stream with mixed traffic in very unpredictable. In this theory an attempt to contemplate the non-motorised vehicle attributes and impact on mixed traffic is made. This project work is separated into two sections. Initial segment is the experimental part and the last is the analytical part. In experimental part an investigation of central chart of information got from different streets of Kashmir city. It was seen that with increment in non-motorized vehicle (NMV) % the flow versus density chart is adversely influenced. Density diminishes at a specific flow rate when NMV % increments. Alongside this an examination on example of Lateral Occupancy of non-motorized vehicle (NMV) and motorized vehicle (MV) was finished as for different percentages of NMV and total density. It was considered that to be the percentage of NMV increases the both NMV and MV are very much circulated up and down the street stretch, with a higher concentration in the right hand side, obstructing the stream from the other way. In India it is left hand side drive, so it might prompt side way collision while over taking. Likewise at some point this may end with a traffic jam condition. In the experimental part an examination on variation of speed regarding different parameters was done. It was seen that speed decreases with increment in number of Passenger Car Unit (PCU) in a similar strip, speed decreases with increment in number of PCUs in the adjacent strips and speed increment when distance from the road edge increments. An attempt has been made to propose a model to mimic the speed of a NMV from the information obtained from test results. Fuzzy logic was utilized as a device for etymological grouping of the reason variable in this model. Most definitely it was seen that speed value got tentatively and got from the model are practically same. It was examined that all the three parameters significantly affect the speed of a non-motorised vehicle in a mixed traffic flow.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV8I20868
Published in: Volume : 8, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2020
Page(s): 1147-1150

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