Fogyasztói vélemények a kötöttpályás közlekedéssel kapcsolatban

Mezei János Imre and Fehér Dávid János and Lazányi Kornélia: Fogyasztói vélemények a kötöttpályás közlekedéssel kapcsolatban. In: Köztes-Európa : társadalomtudományi folyóirat, (10) 2. pp. 133-142. (2018)

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The widespread use of smart cities and the various “smart” modes of transport can’t be questioned. These „smart” solutions produce definite changes for people living in the city, both individually and socially. It is however important to assess and examine, how actual „consumers” react to new services, a different lifestyle, since the purpose of creating smart systems is to provide people living in the city, better, more environmentally conscious and liveable surroundings. The aim of our research is to examine, how accepting or rejecting people are, who use public transport in Budapest, regarding autonomous means of public transport, which will become one of the corner stones of future smart cities. Furthermore, we aim to explore, how people today judge the different service features of railway public transport in Budapest as well as if there are any differences in judgements, between people accepting and rejecting autonomous modes of transport and what those differences are.

Item Type: Article
Other title: Consumer opinions on the fixed-path transport
Journal or Publication Title: Köztes-Európa : társadalomtudományi folyóirat
Date: 2018
Volume: 10
Number: 2
ISSN: 2064-437X
Page Range: pp. 133-142
Language: Hungarian, English
Publisher: Egyesület Közép-Európa Kutatására, SZTE Juhász Gyula Pedagógusképző Kar
Place of Publication: Szeged
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Közlekedés - Budapest, Tömegközlekedés - Budapest, Fogyasztói magatartás
Additional Information: Bibliogr.: p. 141-142. és a jegyzetekben ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Subjects: 05. Social sciences
05. Social sciences > 05.07. Social and economic geography
Date Deposited: 2020. Jul. 30. 11:20
Last Modified: 2023. Mar. 20. 15:29

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