2- Transportation-Communication

2- Transportation-Communication - (Routing Information...

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TRANSPORTATION -  COMMUNICATIONS TYPES OF RELATIONSHIPS: •  Substitution •  Complementarity •  Enhancement
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SUBSTITUTION  EFFECTS:  Phone  Videophone  Cellular Phone  Teleconferencing  Telebanking  Teleshopping  Telecommuting  Teletraining  Television Also:  Telex, Telegram  FAX  Electronic Mail  LAN, WAN   International Networks
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COMPLEMENTARITY EFFECTS   •  Efficiency   •  Safety   •  Control   EXAMPLES:   •  Two-Way Radios      -  Demand-Responsive Transp.   •  Cellular Phone      -  Demand-Responsive Transp.   •  Automated Communication      -  Air Traffic Control   •  Vehicle Monitoring Systems      -  Guidance Systems      -  Changeable Message Signs      -  Location Control      -  Operations Control  
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Complementarity Examples Cont’d . Sensors -   Electronic Toll Collection -  Road Pricing -  Electronic Charts in Vehicle 
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Unformatted text preview: (Routing Information)- Tracking Freight and Vehicles- Centralized Traffic Control • Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) ENHANCEMENT • Radio in car, truck • Information- Road Conditions- Weather- Entertainment (Safety)- Routing Suggestions • Phone in train, airplane- Conduct Business • Car Phone (Cellular)- Conduct Business CONCLUSIONS • Variety of communication technologies may play a role • Communications only one element in transport system • Potential impact on transport substantial • System, user cost and marketing will determine degree of impact on travel • Intensity and type of use will be affected • Efficiency, safety, economy and convenience in transport sector will be improved • Human activity patterns, and hence travel, likely to be affected...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2007 for the course CEE 3610 taught by Professor Meyburg/mbwana during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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