Evaluation of Non-motorised traffic
Non-motorised traffic plays an important and unique role in an efficient traffic system. Helping the creation of more available multimodal communities, improvements in non motorised traffic can lead to a decrease of the use of motorised vehicles and special attention should be paid to improvements in non motorised traffic which are integrated to policies of racional usage of terrain. Conventional research often underestimates and disregards the importance of walking and bicycling, which may present a problem during traffic planning and projecting. It's important to estimate the benefits and costs which improvements in non motorised traffic bring with them. That is why the paper analyzes the impact of non motorised traffic to congestion and safety of traffic, preservation of energy, decrease of pollution, health and social inclusivity of population and economic development.
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