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Volume 8, 2016International Conference on Big Data and its Applications (ICBDA 2016)
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The development of intermodal transport services on the basis of geoanalytical information
1 Genplan Institute of Moscow, 125047, 2/14, 2-nd Brestskaya str., Moscow, Russia
2 National Research University Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, 129337, 26, Yaroslavskoye Shosse, Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article highlights the application of geoanalitical data for the purposes of urban transportation planning. It presents the original method for functional analysis and development of public transport transit hubs based on the study of cellular network information obtained from mobile operators, as a foundation for development of the effective intermodal system for public transportation services. The approbation of the suggested methodology was carried out using the results of analytical research of the data obtained from mobile network operators, serving the territory of Moscow. The results of research refer to one of the stations of the Moscow metro. Studying motion information of residents and workers provided by signal transmission from mobile communication network allows the authors to describe the area of major importance for the transit hub, needed to make valid design solutions at the stages of planning the effective work of the urban transport system.
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