IJSTE

CALL FOR PAPERS : December-2022

Submission Last Date
25-December-22
Submit Manuscript Online

FOR AUTHORS

FOR REVIEWERS

ARCHIEVES

DOWNLOADS

Open Access



CopyScape
Creative Commons License

A Comparative study of Environmental Effect of Green buses to Existing Public Transport


Author(s):

Nikhilesh Milind Kadam , PG Student, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur.; V. K. Bhakhtyapuri, Assistant Professor, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur; S. D. Ghodmare, Assistant Professor, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur

Keywords:

Public Transport, Green Bus, CO2 emission, Traffic Volume, Travel Time and Queue Length

Abstract:

Developing economies observe a unique phase of population growth, economic growth as well as urbanization. As one-third of Indian population lives in urban area; and so road transport dominates. Public transport existence is quite uneven in developing cities and where-ever a reasonable level of service is offered it has attracted ridership. Bus-based service all together comprises about 90% of public transport. In cities increasing travel demand, dependence on private vehicle mode and declining public transport mode will increase energy demand and CO2 emission from cities. The research is carried to analysis the environmental parameter CO2 emission of existing public transportation with respect to Green bus and to perform comparative analysis of traffic parameters i.e. queue length and travel time between existing and green bus as a mode of public transportation of selected route by using PTV Vissim and EnViVer software. The Green bus has potential to reduce the CO2 emission about 26.71% which helps to improve air quality of the city, the travel time is increased by 16.73% and 8.50% on north bound and south bound respectively of Green bus due to its bus characteristics, and it provides safety and comfort to the user. The queue contributes 15.34% more by existing public transport as compared to Green bus. Thus alternative fuel such as CNG can be used effectively to lower the environmental impact; and public transportation infrastructure should be developed to provide accessibility and safety to user.


Other Details:

Manuscript Id :IJSTEV3I9218
Published in :Volume : 3, Issue : 9
Publication Date: 01/04/2017
Page(s): 397-401
Download Article

IMPACT FACTOR

4.753

NEWS & UPDATES

Submit Article

Dear Authors, You can submit your article to our journal at the following link: http://www.ijste.org/Submit

Impact Factor

The Impact Factor of our Journal is 4.753 (Year - 2016)
3.905 (Year - 2015) 2.895(Year -2014)

Click Here

Submit Payment Online

Dear Authors, Now you can submit the payment receipt to our journal online at the following link: index.php?p=Payment

1

1

GLOBAL INDEXING



















Computer Science Directory. We are listed under Computer Research Institutes category

Share on Social media

Home | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions | Refund Policy | Feedback | Contact Us
Copyright © 2014 ijste.org All rights reserved