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Title:Problematika zagotavljanja okolju prijaznega potniškega prometa
Authors:Najžar, Mitja (Author)
Markovič Hribernik, Tanja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Najzar_Mitja_2016.pdf (1,73 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Človeštvo s svojimi dejanji vsak dan vpliva na okolje. Tehnološki napredek ni vedno pozitiven, saj s sabo prinaša tudi negativne vplive na okolje in povzroča podnebne spremembe. Eden glavnih onesnaževalcev okolja moderne dobe je promet. Predvsem mesta in njihove okolice so podvržene velikim količinam izpušnih plinov, ki jih povzročajo vozila predvsem pri dnevnih migracijah prebivalstva. Evropska unija in mesta sama so se začela zavedati tega problema in spoznala negativne vplive onesnaženega ozračja na floro, kot tudi na prebivalstvo samo, saj so se pri prebivalstvu začele povečevati bolezni dihal. Eden izmed ukrepov, da zmanjšamo vpliv na zrak v mestih je tudi uporaba javnega transporta. Vendar spremeniti potovalne navade ljudi ni tako enostavno. Prebivalcem je potrebno ponuditi alternativo, ki je boljša ali vsaj enakovredna prevozu z osebnim avtomobilom. Javni transport mora biti cenovno ugoden, dostopen, frekventen in zanesljiv. V slovenskih mestih, ki so globalno gledano majhna, je primerna oblika javnega transporta predvsem avtobusni promet. Modernizacija, vzdrževanje in inovacije pa s seboj prinesejo velike stroške, ki so povezani predvsem z investicijami v osnovna sredstva in infrastrukturo. V diplomskem delu bomo skušali predstaviti načine s katerimi lahko slovenska mesta financirajo in izboljšajo javni transport, ter tako povečajo kvaliteto svojih storitev, kot tudi kvaliteto življenja svojih prebivalcev.
Keywords:potniški promet, mestni avtobusni promet, financiranje, okoljski vplivi, kohezijska politika, Evropska unija
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[M. Najžar]
Source:Maribor
UDC:656
COBISS_ID:12352284 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:M8TKWQ6F
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Language:English
Title:The problem of providing environmentally-friendly public transport
Abstract:Humanity, through their actions, has impacts on the environment every day. Technological progress is not always positive, because it brings some negative impacts on the environment that cause changes in our climate. One of the main polluters of the modern era is traffic. Above all, the city and its surroundings are subject to large amounts of exhaust gases from vehicles, especially from daily commuting population. The European Union and the cities themselves have become aware of this problem and realized the negative effects of atmospheric pollution on flora, as well as people, as the respiratory diseases are starting to increase amongst the population. One of the measures to minimize the impact that traffic has on the air in cities is the use of public transport. However, changing people's traveling habits is not an easy challenge. Residents need to be offerd an alternative, that is better or at least equivalent to car commuting. Public transport needs to be affordable, accessible, frequent and reliable. In Slovenian cities, that are small compared to capital cities in larger countries, the most appropriate form of public transport is bus transport. Modernization, maintenance and innovation bring substantial costs, which are mainly related to investments in fixed assets and infrastructure. In this thesis, we will try to present ways in which Slovenian cities can finance and improve public transport and thus increase the quality of their services, as well as the quality of life of its citizens.
Keywords:passenger transport, city bus transport, financing, environmental impacts, cohesion policy, European union


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