By observing the planning of developing countries, it is clear that there are several factors that affect the movements and behaviors of transportation. One of these behaviors is the appearance of informal transportation modes, which move along certain paths to fulfil citizens’ needs. The phenomenon of informal transportation modes appears due to a lack of formal transportation modes existing, or a weakness in planning that does not consider the users’ needs or community behavior. This paper focuses on the location of informal transportation stops, which affect transportation movements and traffic jams, by observing and documenting the location and facilities of informal transportation stops. The reasons and factors that affect the locations of informal transportation stations will be determined in order for them to be considered in future city plans.
Felix, Mary and ElHefnawi, Mostafa
"FORWARD TO ENHANCING INFORMAL TRANSPORTATION STATIONS IN CROWDED CITIES,"
Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ): Vol. 25
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bau.edu.lb/apj/vol25/iss1/4