A Proposed Bike sharing Project using GIS-based method in Sheffield City UK
Keywords:Bike scheme, GIS, Sheffield City, Transportation system, Public websites
Bike scheme is a crucial part of transportation system especially in urban area, which is study convertible travel for users. The aim is to propose a bike scheme in Sheffield as an extension for transportation; as well as, Users can use this type of transportation in order to reach their destination quickly. This research indicated that the several aspect of the bike scheme such as and focuses on methodology then it considers an analysis of the optimal cycle hire scheme while highlighting the proposed management for redistributing bikes within the system and explained history of bike sharing. Designing public websites is another section which this study focuses on and user interface for accessing information on the proposed schemes. Utilizing GIS is very, decisive to improving the network and to making new bike scheme projects in the areas. This proposed study lays the foundation for the bike scheme in Sheffield.
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