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Articles by Riza Atiq O.K. Rahmat
Total Records ( 4 ) for Riza Atiq O.K. Rahmat
  F. Shokri , A. Ismail and Riza Atiq O.K. Rahmat
  The aim of this study is to find out the travel time between the zones by different routes of the study area and discover the shortest travel time which is calculated by using the online data. In this study the OD matrix of the flow is updated in each loop of the algorithm by using the double constraint gravity model and traffic assignment, also the delay time of the intersections are calculated. The calculated travel times are capable for informing the traveler on the internet or other Medias for letting the traveler to choose the best travel route. The data required for this study are collected from Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and the program is written with Visual Basic.NET (Microsoft, 2008). Users of this program are capable for selecting their origin and destination and they find out the travel time, the length of the route and different possible path is illustrated by different color on the figure for the users.
  Abdalla Nurdeen Kamba , Riza Atiq O.K. Rahmat and Amiruddin Ismail
  In Malaysia, the rapid increase in the use of own transport prompted by inadequate public transport has resulted in increased traffic congestion, accidents, inadequate parking space and air pollution among other evils. This study sought to identify the factors preventing own transport users from shifting to public transport and to develop model shift from car to public transport in order to formulate the policies to achieve this. A survey was carried out on users of private and public (both bus and urban train transport) (n = 1350). Multinomial legit models were developed for the three alternative modes, Car, Bus and Train. This study found that the most important variables found likely to encourage the use of public transport were reduced travel time and subsidized fares. As expected, for the commuter to switch to public transport he would have to be incentivated to do so.
  Massuod Ali Ahmed Abuhamoud , Riza Atiq O.K. Rahmat and Amiruddin Ismail
  Urban transportation is not up to the demand of African population. The British colonial impact still persists in African countries and hence there is lack of accessibility of transport to all population and areas. Quality of vehicles is too low and less road safety. This study analyses the constraints of transportation in African cities. Specific land use strategies are to be implemented based on the typical geographical conditions of Africa. As a developing country, Africa needs to address a lot of concerns with respect to urban transportation and to be at par with other developing nations in the world.
  Aldukali Salem I. Almselati , Riza Atiq O.K. Rahmat and Othman Jaafar
  Economic development and prosperity of countries depend on cities. The urbanization and urban cities gets life from the transportation sector. Malaysian urban transportation has developed in a rapid pace but still needs to meet certain demands of the growing economy and population. This study aims to focus on some of those issues like rise in private vehicle ownerships, motorcycle related concerns, traffic congestion, demand of more public transport, parking, road safety and air pollution. All or some of these factors are dependent on each other. So, rectifying one by one will alleviate the major concerns of traffic congestion and other environmental hazards. When each of these factors is addressed the effective contribution can make successful urban development.
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