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2018 Vol.38, Issue 6 Preview Page
December 2018. pp. 979-990
Abstract
The main purpose of this study is to discriminate the pedestrian environment by simple calculation such as using the matrix from pedestrian level of service. However, the general use of pedestrian level of service cannot discriminate the environment of footpaths, especially in Seoul. Most of the passages in Seoul are showing level A, which means most passages are spacious, but pedestrians don't agree that passages are wide enough to walk. In conclusion, comparing the pedestrian level of service with pedestrian satisfaction in different circumstances such as use of building in lower floors. Test areas are 1,157 spots in Seoul. First, The new pedestrian level of service shows equally in all spots. Second, spots where the highest pedestrian satisfaction are mostly in level B or level C, thus planning the walkways in future, level B or level C is recommended in most cases.
본 연구에서는 현재 우리나라에서 보편적으로 활용되고 있는 보행서비스수준은 보행의 질과 환경을 평가하기에 변별력이 없다고 판단되어 보행만족도를 연계하여 변별력 있는 기준으로 활용될 수 있도록 제안을 하였다. 공간적 범위는 서울시를 대상으로 1,157개 지점으로 선정하였으며, 선행연구 및 이론적 고찰을 통하여 보행과 관련된 지표를 선정하였다. 첫째, 개선된 보행서비스수준을 재분류한 결과 기존 A등급으로 치중되었던 결과와 달리 보행서비스수준이 전반적으로 고르게 분포되었다. 둘째, 개선된 보행서비스 수준 중 B등급과 C등급에서 보행만족도가 가장 높게 측정되었다. 이는 향후 보행로 계획 시 적정 물리적 시설이 충족되도록 설계하는 것이 적합하다고 판단된다. 셋째, 군집유형별로 개선된 보행서비스수준을 보면 각 등급의 보행교통류율이 다르게 측정된 것을 알 수 있었다. 따라서 보행로계획 시 보행서비스수준을 측정할 때 주변 시설의 종류에 따라 개선된 보행서비스수준을 적용하는 것이 적합하다고 사료된다. 본 연구에서 제안한 개선된 보행서비스수준은 도시개발사업과 보행계획에 있어 보다 현실적이고 변별력 있는 기준으로 활용될 수 있을 것으로 판단된다.
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Information
  • Publisher :Korean Society of Civil Engineers
  • Publisher(Ko) :대한토목학회
  • Journal Title :JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
  • Journal Title(Ko) :대한토목학회 논문집
  • Volume : 38
  • No :6
  • Pages :979-990