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The Urban Transport Strategy on the Example of the City Bike System in the City of Lublin in Relation to the Covid-19 Pandemic

Publié en ligne: 12 May 2022
Volume & Edition: Volume 13 (2022) - Edition 1 (January 2022)
Pages: 1 - 12
Reçu: 03 Nov 2021
Accepté: 07 Feb 2022
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Abstract

The city bike system is now an increasingly popular form of communication. In practice, it has become a complement to the public transport system in large cities, and above all in the most crowded city centers. Importantly, the solution, which is a city bike, can contribute to the reduction of urban congestion, air pollution and to the reduction of noise levels. The paper discusses the issue of city bike system functioning in terms of meeting the transport needs in the area of the city of Lublin. The aim of the work is to describe the city bike system and to indicate the conditions for choosing this means of transport among the inhabitants of the Lublin region. A survey conducted among respondents in 2020 was used. The paper presents own research results and expectations of potential users of this system in the context of displacements, as well as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the system functioning in 2020, and the strategy for operating this industry.

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