Strategy of Traffic Planning for new Developments together with Rail Track Public Transport - Experiences from Bratislava


Strategy of Traffic Planning for new Developments together with Rail Track Public Transport - Experiences from Bratislava

Schlosser Tibor, Schlosser Peter, Braniš Marek

Schlosser Tibor, Schlosser Peter, Braniš Marek "Strategy of Traffic Planning for new Developments together with Rail Track Public Transport - Experiences from Bratislava" Published in International Journal of Trend in Research and Development (IJTRD), ISSN: 2394-9333, Special Issue | ICTIMESH-18 , December 2018, URL: http://www.ijtrd.com/papers/IJTRD19237.pdf

The contribution deals with the development plans and possibilities of the Bratislava’s northwest expansion, in area Bory – which with its size of approximately 817 hectares is owned by two major developers as well as the development of south-east part of Bratislava, in an area called Domové role. The contribution describes variants of possible integrated rail transport system extension, as it is classified as the cordial system of public transport by the Bratislava strategic documentation. The traffic service proposal deals with the new traffic infrastructure on given future and realized locations and generates input for the traffic model, which determines the proposal’s necessity and effectiveness. Along with the urban tram with a narrow gauge of 1000 mm defined in urban planning documentation, the northwest area service is considered by the introduced standard gauge (1435 mm) tram-train track connected to the international railway link. This track is intended to be a part of the integrated suburban public transport system aiming to access the satellite town Stupava inside the Bratislava’s city agglomeration. The south-east extension is proposed with urban tram narrow gauge of 1000 mm as well as in a standard gauge of 1435 mm, with the connection to existing tram track from the city centre to the most urbanized part of a city – Petržalka. The routing of a new track involves the construction of the bridge over the river Danube, which can be used also for pedestrians and the cyclists. The new track can be an important fast connection between the southeast and southern part of a city where is the most populated area of Bratislava and also the University campus is located. The connection like this, between these two parts of a city, is currently missing. We show solutions and measurements which should be followed by the area of urbanization in order to achieve sustainable development and sustainable mobility.

Bratislava, Urban planning, Public transport, Tram-Train, Transport analysis, Integrated transport


Special Issue | ICTIMESH-18 , December 2018

2394-9333

IJTRD19237
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