Design for Passenger Transport focuses on the ways by which standards of design could be improved to enhance the psychological and physical well-being of both passengers and staff. Various aspects of design in the fields of air, rail, road, and water passenger transport are discussed. The selection first tackles passenger handling design in airports, railway stations, and transport interchanges, including care and comfort of passenger movements and exploitation of commercial potential arising from the concentration of passengers. The book also elaborates on airline and travel industry requirements, terminal concept and parking, terminal buildings, and rail/ terminal link. The text takes a look at the design policy for greater Manchester transport, including principles and objectives, informational publicity, and point of sale. The publication also focuses on passenger behavior and expectations at airports, as well as survey of passenger behavior and expectation and implications for airport planning and management. Vehicle suspension systems and design, track irregularities, and minimum standards for passengers are also discussed. The selection is a dependable source of data for readers interested in the design of passenger transport systems.The two vehicle minitrams gave the shortest journey time of 75 seconds compared with 85 seconds for the ... Easily identified zones by the use of colour codes, symbols, or numbers will ensure quick identification on return to the car after the holiday or journey, ... The passengersa#39; baggage meanwhile drops down to ground level, after the check-in, for loading at apron level into the body of the aircraft.
|Title||:||Design for Passenger Transport|
|Author||:||Frank Height, Roy Cresswell|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|