Городской пассажирский транспорт в России: противоречивые практики и перспективы
The proposed monograph considers optimization models for managing limited resources in logistics systems. Such systems are primarily applied by industrial, transport and trade companies, including wholesalers.
As a rule, the efficiency of these companies depends in most cases on how rational the limited resources are used. Among the resources are the following: production assets, labor force, manufacturing equipment, vehicles, etc. The work studies various approaches to manage such resources when the situation is quite stable or even well-known (the characteristics of the situation can be clearly described) and, on the contrary, when some parameters of model are not specified exactly. In the first case, deterministic models are in focus of research, in the second one, stochastic models are offered. Nevertheless, the authors of the work evaluate the stability of functionality and solution structure in the models if various risk events occur.
The monograph is intended to senior bachelor’s degree students, master's degree students and postgraduates specialized in "Management" and "Logistics" as well as to the specialists interested in logistics systems design.
Review on book written in 1935
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).
We consider turnstiles as an integral part of the passenger experience. Turnstiles are a control technology to decrease fare evasion, but also define traffic rules for the interaction between passengers in the transport space and which normalize the corporeality and body experience of passengers. Turnstiles turn the variety of passenger corporeality into the normalized units which form the calculated and controlled passenger traffic. At the level of passenger experience, turnstiles organize a special sequence of actions for passengers in the pre-and post-turnstile zones, serve as a meeting and farewell point, ensure the “fairness” of emerging landing lines and the choice of seats by passengers. Turnstiles also often serve as break points and interrupt the interaction between passengers. Breakdowns and unforeseen situations often happen with turnstiles. For smooth operation, they need help and understanding from passengers and staff. Some categories of passengers (children, “pouched”, elderly and large-sized) have difficulty passing through the turnstiles, causing inconvenience to themselves and others. Turnstiles have left a significant imprint on the passenger experience of Muscovites, thereby being a direct implementation of the transport policy for the formation of a new type of passenger. The empirical material of the study consists of videos of the practice of using turnstiles in various types of transport in Moscow, collected in December 2017 and in the spring of 2018.