Movia’s A-buslines are the fastest way to get around Copenhagen by bus. Leaving several stops with high frequencies, the A-bus efficiently transports people from A to B, without them having to transport themselves. Despite leaving with high frequencies, severe mobility problems causing the bus to que up, hurt its reputation as a reliable form of transport. This paper examines the optimal and expected frequencies, by which users can expect the bus to leave certain pivotal stops on it’s route. By observing busses in peak hours of transportation, the paper continues to analyze on key issues concerning mobility. Bringing in conceptual framework by Paul Virilio and John Urry, the paper identifies essential mobility issues from a bus users point of view, in search of solutions to overcoming critical hurdles. Through document analysis and surveys we seek to evaluate on the concept for the busses and whether it compliments the users flexibility and life cycle. Ultimately we attempt to locate causes of the problems, where to place responsibility and lastly how to overcome said issues.
|Uddannelser||Plan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||17 maj 2016|
|Vejledere||Majken Toftager Larsen|
- Document analysis