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Phase I Morgantown people mover impact evaluation

Shang Hsiung

Phase I Morgantown people mover impact evaluation

final report

by Shang Hsiung

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Published by Office of Automated Guideway Transit Application, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personal rapid transit -- West Virginia -- Morgantown

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    Other titlesMorgantown people mover impact evaluation
    StatementShang Hsiung, Mary Stearns ; prepared for U.S. Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Office of Technology Development and Deployment, Office of Automated Guideway Transit Application
    ContributionsStearns, Mary, United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Office of AGT Applications, Transportation Systems Center
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 142 p. :
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14943543M

    Impact of Advanced Group Rapid Transit Technology Evaluation of alternatives, Morgantown PRT system: evaluation matrix and supporting documentation: final report: People mover profile / (Washington: Urban Mass Transportation Administration, ), by United States. Department of Transportation. PRT connect times (car to terminal) of 5 – 7 minutes were substantially lower than shuttle bus times of 12 – 17 minutes. On Janu , the Airport District decided to proceed with detailed planning and preliminary engineering of an initial first phase with track miles, five stations and about 21 vehicles.

    Personal rapid transit (PRT), also referred to as podcars, is a public transport mode featuring small automated vehicles operating on a network of specially built guideways. PRT is a type of automated guideway transit (AGT), a class of system which also includes larger vehicles all the way to small subway systems. In terms of routing, it tends towards personal public transport Distinct features: Vehicle movements may . Typical systems which could be modeled include the Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit System, the Dallas-Fort Worth Airtrans System, or one of the proposed Downtown People Movers. This report specifically describes a Fortran computer program which models the electric power requirements of a typical AGT system.

    Circulator Automated People Mover (APM), and Circulator Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and were based on the evaluation conducted as part of the AA study and consultation with the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). Public comment received at the Committee requested that PRT be considered as a modal option. The Committee requested that a. Get this from a library! Automated people movers VI: creative access for major activity centers: proceedings of the sixth international conference: Las Vegas, Nevada, April , [William J Sproule; Edward S Neumann; Stanford W Lynch; American Society of Civil Engineers. Committee on Automated People Movers.;].


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Morgantown people mover phase II impact assessment [Jones, Paul S] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Morgantown people mover phase II impact assessmentAuthor: Paul S Jones. The Morgantown group rapid transit (GRT) is the only system that uses all three modes of operation: demand mode, schedule mode, and continuous circulation mode.

As population growth and traffic conges- tion have increased so has the demand for a new extension of the PRT system. The current PRT system connects 5 stations for a total of 14 km of guideways and serves up to 12, passengers per day through an on-demand origin-to-destination service (Raney and Young, ).

Buy Morgantown people mover phase II impact assessment by Paul S Jones (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paul S Jones. Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit (WVU PRT) is a personal rapid transit (PRT) system in Morgantown, West Virginia, United system connects the three Morgantown campuses of West Virginia University (WVU) and the city's downtown area.

Developed from the Alden staRRcar and built by a consortium led by Boeing Vertol, the driverless system was a Track gauge: concrete guideway.

When West Virginia was established during the Civil War, Morgantown was selected as the site for the state land grant university, but in size, it remained a village until about In the late s, the arrival of railroads and reliable river transportation and the discovery of oil and gas brought new industries to the area.

Service characteristics of the People Mover system were generally better than the prior University bus system.

Corridor auto travel did not decrease; however, on a more localized level, auto vehicle trips did decrease. No adverse environmental impacts Author: S Hsiung, M D Stearns.

This study looks at a specific form of public transportation—an automated transportation system in an effort to understand the diverse architectural and natural elements that compose a town's main spatial and visual structure, as well Cited by: The report covers the period of operation, dependability, and maintenance history of the Morgantown system (now known as the Morgantown People Mover - MPM) from October through June System performance in general improved greatly during this : C W Watt.

CityWay Phase Two: retail retreat and its impact on the street. People Mover in Detroit, which forms a three-mile ring around the Motor City’s downtown area, though it’s not as wide as this Morgantown incarnation, But this Morgantown variant is not a People Mover.

Project Risk Analysis and Management is a process designed to remove or reduce the risks which threaten the achievement of project objectives. The next section of this Guide describes the benefits which Project Risk Analysis and Management can bring to a project and also the wider benefits to the organisation and its customers.

Guidebook for Planning and Implementing Automated People Mover Systems at Airports. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / AIRTRANS oper- ated over 30 years at one of the busiest airports in the world while the Morgantown personal rapid transit (PRT) system is still in daily use at the West Virginia University.

Shang Hsiung & Stearns, Mary D. () Phase I Morgantown People Mover Impact Evaluation. (Report No. DOT-TSC-UMTA). View publication. Return to the top. Benjamin, D.E. (, December). Evacuation and Rescue in Automated Guideway Transit Volume 1: Data Collection, Scenarios, and Evaluation.

(Report No. UMTA-MA). Wednesday, Octo AM Thursday, Ap PM ACRP Report 37A is designed to help measure the performance of automated people mover (APM) systems at airports. In JuneTRB released ACRP Report Airport Passenger Conveyance Systems Planning Guidebook that offers guidance on the planning and implementation of passenger conveyance systems at airports.

It is also known as Automated Group Rapid Transit system. There is some disagreement whether Morgantown system is a true PRT system or not.

This is because it has a capacity to hold 21 person (8 seated & rest standing), which is large in comparison to most PRT concepts. It is also known as Morgantown People mover (MPM).Author: Pradip Kumar Sarkar, Udit Jain.This report is a guidebook for planning and developing automated people mover (APM) systems at airports.

This report, directed primarily at airport planners, designers, and operators, encompasses a wide range of topics describing the planning and decision-making process, alternative system infrastructure and technologies, evaluation techniques and strategies.

Technical Report: Power and energy measurement on Morgantown People Mover system. Final report Jul Nov