The formats for interviews and data collection survey have been prepared under support of expert researchers of the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies.
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On the other hand, the high level of social acceptance for granting privileges to public transportation makes feasible on-going and future projects that promotes transit over private cars. Regarding modal Split, although public transportation use is growing so is the use of private cars, and at the same time urban development at the outskirts is growing fast. The Strategy from policy-makers interviewed assumes that in spite of development of individual motorization, mass rail transportation will play the key role in the Warsaw transportation system and its quality will define the efficiency of the functioning of the agglomeration metropolitan area , especially its downtown area.
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The use of non-motorized modes bicycles may increase, as far as, the network of bicycle paths is completed so to allow a continue trip from Origin to Destination. The City of Warsaw has been increasing the opportunities to work from home especially in the private sector Business, Software Development, etc.
Protests by some groups of local communities against transportation projects in Warsaw, may demand to approach people by means of public consultation forums, workshops, social media, etc. This approach highlights a key premise for the performance of the system as a whole and will of course have a favorable impact for increasing travel in public modes. A lower social cost will also be a critical input for the efficiency of public transportation. From the point of view of passengers, the system and network legibility, is at the top of the considerations while rationalizing routing and providing a hierarchical system derived from its territorial scope, capacity, and travel time.
Considering that the survey was available mainly to students and academic staff from the University of Warsaw, which is located at the very center of the city, this pattern is quite logical as any criteria for choosing a dwelling location will be its proximity to the place of work or study, the two main activities at the University of Warsaw.
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However when compared to the modal split data, it is clear that most travels are made in combination of two or more modes. When considering the attributes that people prioritize regarding the decision of using a public transportation mode, punctuality Reliable information is, of course, indispensable if it is known that most people will need to transfer from one mode to another and waiting times in between are critical considerations. Online travel planners, as the one provided by the Zarzad Transportu Miejskiego W Warszawie could contribute for the growth in the use of public transportation.
According to the survey, From the data collected it could be said that the opportunities for achieving a higher use of the bike are quite diverse and at hand.
The completion of a bike network is critical for increasing the number of users, as far as, issues as safety and higher speeds could be better achieved if a segregated lane is implemented, on the other hand, considering that most travels are made in combination of two or more modes there should be included space for transporting bikes in the metro, buses, and tram as well. We have already stated that most trips are made in a combination of two or more modes It is clear then that a multi-modal system approach should drive future decisions.
However, it will be a better idea to improve the public transportation system than to just penalize the use of car by pricing policies parking, zone restrictions, taxes gas cost or mandatory insurances. We look for multi-disciplinary future research that could provide new insights for urban planning and management in both developed and developing world cities. The task of planning has exceed the domain of traditional professionals such as: Architects, Engineers, Economist, and Lawyers and there is a need to include other domains such as: Psychology, Healthcare, Anthropology, etc.
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At the same time as seen in the maps population density is higher at the core city while travel density associated with the use of metro lines is not, this may imply that travel in the city center is made by non-motorized modes as walking, Regarding welfare there is also a linear relation between social and economic development of inhabitants and the pattern of dwelling development from the core city to the outskirts, being the latest the poorer in general terms On the other hand, by initiative of the Capital City of Warsaw, the Warsaw agglomeration introduced a combined public transportation ticket.
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