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Klaudia Kmak-Kaczmarczyk (2020): Verkehrspolitische Einstellungserhebung von Geschäftstreibenden zum Verkehrsgeschehen auf der Gersthofer Straße..
Master / Diploma Thesis - Institut für Verkehrswesen (IVe), BOKU-Universität für Bodenkultur, pp 109. UB BOKU obvsg FullText

Data Source: ZID Abstracts
In the past few decades, parking space management has established itself as an essential tool in traffic planning. The positive aspects of area-wide management have been proven in numerous examples. A reduction in the number of people looking for a parking space, an improvement in the quality of the living environment and an increase in safety by reducing the number of wrong-way parking are just a few of the positive effects of parking management. The present work is a survey of the attitudes of the entrepreneurs on Gersthofer Straße who wanted to express their opinion on the traffic situation in the processing area. The main aim of this thesis is the quantitative investigation of the question of what local business people think about the regulation of stationary traffic on Gersthofer Straße and which characteristics - such as business characteristics or customer behavior - have an influence on this attitude. In addition, the work is supplemented with qualitative information on traffic conflict areas on Gersthofer Straße from the point of view of business people. Business people who drive to work by car are, objectively and subjectively, most affected by parking space management and are also most negative about it. Almost all entrepreneurs on Gersthofer Strasse who wanted to express their opinion in the survey felt that there were too few car parking spaces for their customers on Gersthofer Strasse. In the opinion of the respondents, Gersthofer Straße is the most attractive for customers who come by public transport.

Beurteilende*r: Berger Wolfgang Josef
1.Mitwirkender: Aschauer Florian

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