Социально-экономические проблемы развития и функционирования транспортных систем городов и зон их влияния: Том I. Материалы XXV Международной (28-й Екатеринбургской) научно-практической конференции 16-17 июня 2019 г.
Materials of XXV International scientific and practical conference contain articles devoted to models and methods of advanced calculations for cities' transportation systems (CTS), design issues and implementation of CTS projects, automobile and bicycle transport infrastructure, pedestrian traffic, economics, UPT organization and management, urban traffic organization and safety, UPT history. The discussion of the first Russian terminological dictionary on CTScontinues. Scientists and specialists from Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Omsk, Khabarovsk...), Belarus, Canada, USA, and the Ukraine participated in the conference.
The bibliographical list in chronological order (local newspapers’ and magazine’s articles, books, and documents of the Central state archive of Russian Federation) on transit (urban passenger transportation) in next cities of Sverdlovskaya region: Yekaterinburg, Volchansk, Irbit, KamenskUral’skiy, Karpinsk, Kachkanar, Krasnotur’insk, Nizhniy Tagil.
Review on the directory book «Jane’s Urban Transport Systems 2017-2018», published in the United Kingdom. The book consists of three parts: introduction, informative description of each transit system of 340 world’s cities, the producer list of rolling stock and equipment for urban transportation. Advantages and disadvantages of the edition are evaluating
Systematization of bibliography on the urban transportation (transit) is given by author’ experience. It includes three main parts: 1) urban transportation (transit) in common; 2) transportation (transit) in world’s cities; 3) transportation (transit) in the cities of the former USSR. The first part consists of next sections: introductory (common and unsystematized bibliography), subjective (different subjects by Russian alphabet), modal (by individual modes of urban transportation). Second and third parts are presented by bibliographical lists of transportation of each city (by Russian alphabet) with some cases – the biggest world cities (London, New York City, Paris, Tokyo) and the biggest ones in the former USSR (Baku, Tbilisi).
Spatial structure of Paris agglomeration, the main elements of Paris transportation system (road network, traffic jams and its consequences, modal split) are described. The detailed description of each mode of passenger urban transportation is given: suburban railways, city’s subway of RATP, regional express subway RER, new subway system Grand Paris Express, bus services, tramway, light rail transit, taxi cabs, electric carsharing, bike-sharing, funicular, Seine river transport, rail links to airports, VAL systems in both Paris airports.