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Analysis and usage options of “Park and Ride” lots in Vilnius

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“Park and Ride” system is an integral part of urban transport systems, providing the ability to change the mode of travel on a daily basis. An analysis of the literature has shown that the “Park and Ride” system is only for car drivers and only for those who enjoy using public transport. Due to the pandemic situation, the increased public attention to their health and the population awareness of environmental pollution, there is a need to adapt the “Park and Ride” sites to a wider range of users – cyclists, pedestrians, electric car drivers. The article seeks to confirm the hypothesis that it is appropriate to transform low-occupancy “Park and Ride” sites into multimodal sites.


Article in Lithuanian.


Vilniaus miesto „statyk ir važiuok“ aikštelių analizė ir panaudojimo galimybės


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„Statyk ir važiuok“ sistema yra neatsiejama miestų susisiekimo sistemų dalis, užtikrinanti galimybę keisti keliavimo rūšį atliekant kasdienes keliones. Atlikus literatūros analizę nustatyta, kad „Statyk ir važiuok“ sistema yra skirta tik automobilių transporto vairuotojams ir tik tiems, kurie mėgsta naudotis viešuoju transportu. Dėl pandeminės situacijos, dėl visuomenės didesnio dėmesio skyrimo savo sveikatos būklei ir dėl gyventojų sąmoningumo aplinkos taršos atžvilgiu matomas poreikis pritaikyti „Statyk ir važiuok“ aikšteles platesniam naudotojų ratui – dviratininkams, pėstiesiems, elektromobilių vairuotojams. Straipsniu siekiama patvirtinti hipotezę, kad mažo užimtumo „Statyk ir važiuok“ aikšteles tikslinga pertvarkyti į multimodalines aikšteles.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: „Statyk ir važiuok“, dviračiai, elektromobiliai, multimodalinės kelionės.

Keyword : “Park and Ride”, bicycles, electric cars, multimodal travel

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Zabielaitė-Skirmantė, M., & Burinskienė, M. (2022). Analysis and usage options of “Park and Ride” lots in Vilnius. Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis / Science – Future of Lithuania, 14. https://doi.org/10.3846/mla.2022.17182
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