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Transportation planning prince basma teaching hospital in irbid.

Traffic Impact Assessment, Irbid. Traffic Conjunction done by Eng Shomou + Eng Noor supervised by Dr Naseer Abu Anzfeh

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Transportation planning prince basma teaching hospital in irbid.

  1. 1. Transportation Planning Prince Basma Teaching Hospital in Irbid. Traffic Conjunction Traffic Impact Assessment Supervised by :dr. Nasser Abu Anzeh Done by :Shomou Al Jizawi Done by: Noor Qutaishat
  2. 2. Content 1 Introduction 1.1 Traffic impact assessment (TIA) 1.2 Why TIA is important 1.3 Trip Generations 1.4 Methods for Estimating Trips Generated 2 Case Study: King Abdul Aziz University (KAU) 2.1 About King Abdul Aziz University (KAU) 2.2 Site Location of KAUH Project 2.3 Aim of the Study 2.4 Traffic Study Methodology for KAUH 2.5 Analyzing 2.6 Solution & Conclusion 3 Study Area : Prince Basma Hospital 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Princes Basma location 3.3 Traffic Study Methodology for the hospital 3.4 Aim of the Study 3.5 Site plan 3.6 Traffic Analysis 3.7 Conjunction study 3.8 Parking Analysis 3.9 Trip Generation 3.10 The main problems 3.11 Proposal
  3. 3. 1.1Traffic impact assessment (TIA) • Is a powerful tool for engineers and planners to determine the possible effects of a project on the transportation and traffic system. • It is applied only to the direct impact area and countermeasures for potential negative impacts are specific for the development • TIA as a useful tool for local governments, especially for managing traffic and in planning their respective transportation systems • The purpose of (TIA) is to assess the impacts of development on the transport network and identify reasonable solutions, applicable to the Tasmanian experience, to address these impacts 1.2 Why TIA Is Important • The concept of sustainable development recognizes the impacts of motor vehicle use on the environment and the desirability of increasing the use of public transport. • This recognition extends to both the natural and built environment. • Most developments attract more private transport movements rather than public. It is, therefore, necessary to address the impact of motor vehicles and road traffic effects on the environment • The concept of sustainable development recognizes the impacts of motor vehicle use on the environment and the desirability of increasing the use of public transport. • This recognition extends to both the natural and built environment. • Most developments attract more private transport movements rather than public. It is, therefore, necessary to address the impact of motor vehicles and road traffic effects on the environment
  4. 4. 1.3 Trip generation • Trip generation is normally the first step in estimating future travel demand. • It is used to estimate the number of trips generated and attracted by each unit area. • The characteristics of trips generated by typical land uses are estimated using established trip generation rates. They are normally expressed per unit of related factors such as trips per dwelling units, per Gross Floor Area, per students, etc…. • The main source for these rates is the trip rates developed within the KAU traffic model. 1.4 Methods for Estimating Trips Generated • The use of standard rates used by local and regional planning agencies, which are most often based on previous projects. • Standards from similar locations, built by the same developer or company. • Surveys of sites in comparable areas. • Literature on rates in journals, such as the ITE Journal. • Trip Generation Rates from the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ publication, Trip Generation.
  5. 5. 2 Case study King Abdul Aziz University (KAU) Traffic Impact Assessment 2.1 About King Abdul Aziz University (KAU) • King Abdul Aziz University Jeddah – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Design of King Abdul Aziz University Hospital (2nd Phase) • Traffic Impact Assessment • January, 2013 • King Abdul-Aziz University (KAU) is one of the largest universities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia • It's located close to the center of Jeddah in close proximity to one of the major freeway of the city, Al Haramain highway • It’s located on the North West area of the university adjacent to the old hospital in the KAU University • It is located close to three access gates of the KAU namely Gate 1, Gate 2, and Gate 3 • The KAUH area is approximately 235,000 sqm and comprises: 1. Hospital 2. Clinic 3. Education 4. Research 5. Administration facilities
  6. 6. 2.2 Site Location of KAUH Project
  7. 7. 2.3 Aim of the Study The purpose of the TIS is: • Examine the implications of the construction of KAUH on the surrounding road network • Analyze the internal traffic elements of this development including the access/egress points and car parking availability. 2.4 Traffic Study Methodology for KAUH • Collect and review available data sources. • Assess current and future Level of Service of roads and junctions, taking into account future land-uses and background traffic growth. • Estimate the amount of traffic generated • Estimate the future volumes of traffic on roads and junctions • Establish the impact on the road links and junctions and assess the resulting Level of Service. • Compare the “With Project” and “Without Project”. • Assess the adequacy of the drop-off and car parking supply proposed by the project. • Identify the types of improvements required in order to minimize the adverse traffic impact of the proposed development and improve traffic circulation and conditions within the area of influence.
  8. 8. 2.5 Analyzing • KAUH site is bordered by an internal road network and proposed new parking structures. Master Plan for KAUH • Land Use and number of staff/students' Tabulation for KAUH
  9. 9.  Hourly Traffic Volume at the Hospital Entry Gates during peak hours
  10. 10.  KAUH Trip Generation Trip Generation Rates for Each UseType Peak HourTrips by Land Use Category
  11. 11. 2.6 Solution Location of the Intersections Considered for the Analysis J1 Proposed Improvements
  12. 12. J3 Proposed Improvements J4 and J5 Proposed Improvements J6 Proposed Improvements
  13. 13. 2.7 Conclusion • The operation performance for six intersections within the study area of the KAUH has been analyzed where five of them are expected to be operated at un-acceptable LOSs. • For enhancing the operation performance at J1 (Roundabout), physical improvements will be required as follows:  Adding a slip Right turn lane for E-N bound-Traffic;  Adding a slip left turn lane for W-N Bound-Traffic; and  Increasing the number of lanes for the north leg from two to three lanes. • For enhancing the operation performance at the un-signalized intersections (J3, 4, 5, 6), the control type should be changed from priority to signalized type is required. • An efficient way finding system for the new hospital should be implemented on the KAU external road network in order to ensure that the hospital commuters will use the shortest path identified by the model through Gate 1, Gate 2 and Gate 3. • The drop-off spaces required for the commuters are estimated. In addition, the total parking demand estimated for different land uses accounts for 3374 Parking Places
  14. 14. 3 Study Area Prince Basma Teaching Hospital Irbid-Jordan 3.1 Introduction • Prince Basma Teaching Hospital is located in Irbid • It is one of the largest teaching hospitals in Irbid it's located in the old center of Ibid. • Prince Basma teaching Hospital number of beds is 193 with around 1200 visitor to the clinics each day, comprises hospital, clinic, education, and administration facilities. • Figure 1.1 shows the site location of P.B.T.H. • The aim of this report, study methodology • The report structure are presented in the below sections. 3.2 Princes Basma location
  15. 15. 3.3 Traffic Study Methodology for the hospital • It will be summarized as follows: • First we will collect and review the available data sources and studies relating to Basma Hospital. 1. Trip visit to the hospital 2. Trip visit to Irbid municipality
  16. 16. 3. direct and indirect observation 4. Reading articles about the problem • Assess current Level of Service of roads and junctions within the Basma hospital influence area • Estimate the amount of traffic generated by the development, and assign it to the surrounding road network. • Establish the impact on the road links and junctions within Basma hospital influence area. • study the drop-off and car parking supply proposed by Basma hospital . • Identify the types of improvements required in order to minimize the adverse traffic impact of the proposed development and improve traffic circulation and conditions within the area of influence Collect and review available data sources and studies relating to study area:  The hospital area is 22658 m2  Number or employee 1250 Includes  325 doctor  390 nurse  150-200 student  Number of beds 193  Visitor number 1200 visit per day  One main entrance for visitors and doctors cars  One entrance for emergency  One exit for emergency  Number of formal parking is  25 parking for doctors and administrative.  50 parking Emergency visitor parking 3.4 Aim of the Study • We used (TIS) study to:
  17. 17. • Obtain the impacts may be caused by Basma Hospital. • Identify any roadway improvements that can improve the estimated problems. • Basma Hospital Traffic Impact Study • The purpose of the current TIS is to examine the effect of the hospital on 1. The surrounding road network 2. Analyze the internal traffic elements including the access/egress points 3. Car parking availability. Accordingly, the objectives of the study are as follows: • Identify the existing traffic and road conditions on the nearby streets within the area of influence of the hospital. • Estimate the additional traffic that will be generated by the project and to determine how this additional traffic would affect the existing road network. • To estimate the amount of parking demand and determine whether the available supply would be sufficient or not. • To identify the types of improvements required in order to minimize the traffic impact of the proposed project and improve traffic circulation within the area of influence. • Proposal to solve the problem 1. Traffic problems. 2. Parking availability. 3. conjunctions.
  18. 18. 1.5 Site plan
  19. 19. 3.6 Traffic Analysis Introduction • We used Traffic Analysis to estimating the effect of the Basma Hospital on the: 1. traffic given the distribution and characteristics of the area’s population 2. employment 3. other land uses. • The output from the traffic analysis will be 1. the number of vehicles using each road segment within the study area. 3.6 Traffic Analysis
  20. 20. 1.6 Traffic analysis
  21. 21. Main entrance
  22. 22. 1.7 Conjunction study
  23. 23. 3.8 formal and informal parking Main entrance
  24. 24. 3.8 Formal and informal parking needed • Number or employee 1250 Includes • 325 doctor • 390 nurse • 150-200 student • Number of beds 193 • Visitor number 1200 visit per day • The standard for the number of parking needed for the hospital Parking needed for employee and student and patients in the hospital is: • Space for each three employee in the hospital • 12503=416.6 parking • space for each 10 student resident in the hospital • 15010=15 parking • Parking for each bed in the hospital • 193 beds required 193 parking • Total number of parking needed for the hospital is 624 • Total available parking 135 parking
  25. 25. 3.9 The Hospital Trip Generation • Trip generation is normally the first step in estimating travel demand. • It is used to estimate the number of trips generated and attracted to the area. • The main source for these rates is the manual calculation in different in the peak time. Trip generation
  26. 26. 3.9 Trip generation
  27. 27. 3.9 Trip generation The Peak Hours • 07:45 to 08:15 AM PEAK • 13:00 to 15:00 PM PEAK 3.10 The main problems z
  28. 28. Proposal
  29. 29. References: • Wikipedia • Design of King Abdul Aziz University Hospital (2nd Phase), Traffic Impact Assessment January, 2013 • Traffic Impact Assessments (TIA) Guidelines, Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources • Traffic Impact Assessment for Sustainable Traffic Management and Transportation Planning in urban areas, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol. 5, pp. 2342 - 2351, 2005

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