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Vol. 28
Issue 3(85)

Title: Studying and evaluating the performance of pedestrian crossing facilities in Babil governorate

Authors (ORCID): DAKHIL, A.J. (0000-0002-3598-261X), SHAHEED, S.M., ALOBAIDI, D.A.

Keywords: pedestrian, traffic, interview survey, bridge

Abstract: Walking is one of the oldest means of mobility. It is an indispensable necessity to reach destinations despite the fact that walking or walking is one of everyday activities of man, which have positive effects on health, and activity on the one hand; vehicles cannot reach destinations only required by often walking from the other. The main problem address by the research is the random passage of the sieve and uncontrolled when it is most designs for the city’s road network have not addressed. This fundamental problem as well as the lack of a city to the safe facilities to cross the pedestrian. Therefore, this paper is a trial to study and analyze the current reality of crossing the sap then find solutions and treatments that reduce or limit the overlap between different traffic events and events crossing the pedestrian. Field data on the syllabic traffic volumes collected in all areas of the study (peak hour volume) and the photographic technique method. The study chose four areas to study the sap (60th Street, 40th Street, Al-Hussein, intersection circle at Babel Health Department), which are residential, commercial and educational zones, representing diversity in land use and scheme sidewalk and the design of the city of Hilla. The study attempted to show the state of lateral walks. The study also used the questionnaire method (interview survey) to determine the suitability of pedestrian bridges in transit and land transit. The study concluded that the area of Al-Hussein represents the highest traffic volumes of the sieve in addition to the lack of it the sidewalks in terms of absorption and quality and abuses. As well as the reluctance to use pedestrian bridges in transit in the area of 60th Street through high ground transit time, which necessitates the establishment of dual-step (fixed and mobile) – legislation and education through all means.

DOI: 10.22630/PNIKS.2019.28.3.39

APA style references: Dakhil, A.J., Shaheed, S.M. & Alobaidi, D.A. (2019). Studying and evaluating the performance of pedestrian crossing facilities in Babil governorate. Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Sciences, 28 (3), 417-431. doi: 10.22630/PNIKS.2019.28.3.39

APA style citation in text: The first time citation in text: (Dakhil, Shaheed & Alobaidi, 2019), next citation: (Dakhil et al., 2019)

Chicago style references: Dakhil, Ali J., Saba M. Shaheed, Dheyaa A. Alobaidi. "Studying and evaluating the performance of pedestrian crossing facilities in Babil governorate." Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Sciences, 85 ser., vol. 28, no 3, (2019): 417-431. doi: 10.22630/PNIKS.2019.28.3.39.

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