BS ISO 37159:2019 pdf download – Smart community infrastructures — Smart transportation for rapid transit in and between large city zones and their surrounding areas
The roads/tracks to be used for smart transportation shall enable on-time operation of highway buses and HSR trains and have no level crossings.
22.214.171.124 Schedule speed
The schedule speed can be increased by improving acceleration.
NOTE Schedule speed is given by dividing the one-way distance between terminals by the scheduled travel time.
126.96.36.199 Increases in number of stops/stations
The number of stops/stations for smart transportation shall be increased, if needed, by consulting with municipalities on the service route, even after the services start.
188.8.131.52 Transportation information
Any transportation information helpful to customers in recognizing their departure and arrival stations and those for changes to other services shall be provided.
All service vehicles for smart transportation are dispatched and controlled at a dispatching centre through wireless communication.
184.108.40.206 Immediate stopping
The immediate stopping of vehicles in order to prevent accidents shall be ensured in the operation of smart transportation systems.
5.4.4? Efficiency? of? operation? and? services
220.127.116.11 Vehicle structures
Lighter vehicles shall be used in order to help reduce the cost of infrastructure for smart transportation.
18.104.22.168 Coach convenience
Entry and exit from vehicles shall be easy and accessible for all, including the elderly and those with small children or disabilities, so that passengers are able to enter and exit with minimal or no assistance. Vehicles shall be equipped with handgrips and non-slip floors for safety and furnished with easy communication channels in case of emergency. Vehicles may also include space devoted to bicycles or other large items.
22.214.171.124 Promotion of environmentally friendly vehicles and life-cycle performance
Transportation systems which produce low chemical emissions, vibration and noise levels shall be used. Furthermore, positive application of technologies shall be promoted to develop environmentally friendly vehicles and enhance the life-cycle performance of the transportation.
126.96.36.199 Ticket inspection
No inspection work is required onboard for reserved seats.
188.8.131.52 Energy saving
Transportation systems shall be used which can save energy by, for example, using recovered braking energy, minimizing energy consumption, optimizing operation schedules or controlling vehicle running performance.
5.5 Selection of a transportation mode for smart transportation
Select a transportation mode for smart transportation by considering the following transport conditions to solve specific city issues:
— transportation distance of target sections;
— transportation capacity required for target sections;
— transportation service frequency requested for target sections;
— fare payable by customers travelling in target sections;
— cost to facilitate transportation facilities and vehicles for smart transportation to be installed in target sections.
5.6 Installation of smart transportation
By using the transportation mode selected, a system of smart transportation shall be established in accordance with the requirements described in 5.4.
6 Maintenance of the quality of smart transportation for rapid transit
To maintain the performance of smart transportation for rapid transit and confirm its effectiveness, the parameters shown in 6.2 shall be periodically observed. If the effectiveness of smart transportation cannot be confirmed, modify the current smart transportation services by partly changing the transportation conditions described in 5.4, where possible and reasonable.
6.2 Parameters to be observed
To ensure that the performance of smart transportation is effectively organized, observe any changes
in the following parameters:
— population in the target area where smart transportation was installed;
— traffic flows to/from the target area;
— the modal split of smart transportation in the target area;
— the required capacity of smart transportation;
— city/city zone axes of the target area;
— parameters developed based on proven measures for transit performance.
6.3 Modification of smart transportation When identifying unwanted changes in the value of the parameters designated in 6.2, modify the conditions of smart transportation as laid out in 5.4, where possible. To correct the transportation parameters, analyse any unexpected or irregular occurrences in the area where smart transportation was installed. Modify the irregular conditions of the smart transportation system if the irregular conditions are not acceptable.