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Revitalizing Demand-Responding Mobility Service in Declining Local Cities

Revitalizing Demand-Responding Mobility Service in Declining Local Cities

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Author Seohyun LIM, Sungjin HONG Date November 30, 2019
Publisher The Korea Transport Institute Page(s) 15 Page(s)
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Download 19-04 Revitalizing Demand-Responding Mobility Service in Declining Local Cities.pdf
1. Introduction
1.1 Background and Significance of the Study
1.2 Purpose of the Study

2. Main Topics of the Study
2.1 Characteristics and Categories of Local Cities at Risk of Extinction
2.1.1 Method of categorization
2.1.2 Results for categorization by severity
2.1.3 Characteristics of municipalities with a high risk of extinction
2.2 (Case Study) Results for Survey and Analysis of the Right to Mobility in Municipalities with High Extinction Risk
2.2.1 Accessibility to public transportation within and between Gun areas within the case study region
2.2.2 Accessibility to major amenities in a focus city within the case study region
2.3 Main Demands from Residents of Municipalities with High Extinction Risk for the Improvement of Transportation Services
2.3.1 Demands for increased public taxi operation
2.3.2 Expansion in door-to-door mobility
2.3.3 Expansion in the operation of public taxi service and operation according to passenger demand
2.3.4 Facilitation of commute to nearby cities for access to services such as healthcare
2.3.5 Survey results and policy implications in the case study area

3. Scheme for Innovation of the Right to Mobility in Local Cities with High Extinction Risk
3.1 Basic Objectives
3.1.1 Short- and intermediate-term: improvements on design and operation of inefficient public transportation
3.1.2 Long-term: utilization of future transportation technology and shared services
3.2 Policy Strategies
3.3 Policy Scheme for the Innovation for the Right to Mobility in Smaller Cities with High Extinction Risk
3.3.1 Short- and Intermediate-term: scheme for improvements in the efficiency of public transportation operation and availability of customized services
3.3.2 Long-term: introduction of transit services based on autonomous driving technology and shared transportation
3.3.3 Legislative changes for the right to mobility in municipalities with high extinction risk

4. Conclusions and Future Directions
4.1 Conclusions and Policy Applications
4.2 Future Directions