Analysis of the use of smart cards on the urban railway

03/09/2019
by   Dmitry Namiot, et al.
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The article analyzes the patterns of use of railway stations in the Moscow region. The basis for the analysis is the data of smart cards on the entrances and exits of passengers. The technical tool is time series similarity analysis. As a result, the work identifies the main patterns of user behavior on the use of railway stations (railway transport). The results of the work were used in the design of new lines of urban railways. Obviously, the use patterns reflect the current state of the transport system and the urban environment. Accordingly, the recorded changes in usage patterns can serve as indicators and metrics for changes in the urban environment.

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