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Title: Social dimensions to the public transport system in Kyiv

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Europa XXI 39 (2020 ), Forthcoming

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IGiPZ PAN

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Warszawa

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29 cm

Abstract:

This paper focuses on distinctive features of accessibility, passenger flow and sustainability as regards public transport in Kyiv, Ukraine. In investigating the impacts of a transport system on city-dwellers a key concept is accessibility. The analysis included here identifies clear patterns to the individual factors that influence commuting time. Since the city’s system of public transport is underdeveloped, the main underlying factor is the presence of metro lines. An analysis of the metro passenger-traffic system confirms the persistent presence of territorial disparities in the city’s transport network. Furthermore, levels of safety, environmental friendliness and comfort experienced gain reflection in a low level of consumer confidence in the city’s transport system, as well as its limited sustainability. Priority measures by which the current situation might be improved are therefore discussed.

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Europa XXI

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39

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1429-7132 ; oai:rcin.org.pl:105419 ; 1429-7132 ; 10.7163/Eu21.2020.39.1

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eng

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eng

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