Optimized Bus Management System through Analysing the Density of Bus Commuters and Delay

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Prof. Mrs. S. R. Vispute, Nikita V. Shahane

Abstract

Transport demand in most Indian cities has increased significantly due to increase in population. Public transport especially buses are getting crowded day-by-day due to heavy demand of transport facility. This has led to unregulated planning of the frequency of buses to be allocated different areas. Either the buses lines up at one time or buses get delayed for a long time. In some areas there are very few buses allocated at a very crowded route .Also there are buses lined up on the route where hardly commuters travel. This limitation of management has incurred loss in the bus management system. Hence we have proposed and implemented a system in which the number of passengers in a bus stop can be calculated and the bus service can be regulated depending on the passengers arrival. Also due to our system there has been efficient distribution of the buses on the required routes and this benefits the bus management system by reducing the loss they are facing nowadays. It also calculates the time delay a bus may take considering different parameters that may affect it to be late . It also verifies the cost generated against the actual cost collected as well benefits the commuters indirectly. All this would be done using a web application available to employees at different positions.

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, P. M. S. R. V. N. V. S. “Optimized Bus Management System through Analysing the Density of Bus Commuters and Delay”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 4, no. 11, Nov. 2016, pp. 278-82, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v4i11.2646.
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