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Public Transportation policy Assessment

Introduction

  • Title
    • Public Transportation policy Assessment
  • Background and Purpose
    • Lack of measures to resolve urban traffic issues
    • Need to set up a public transportation policy index through an evaluation of policies of 161 cities and counties
    • Leading to effective, systematic public transportation policies and plans based on regular evaluation
    • Overview of system to prepare organized policies and set reasonable goals of public transportation policies
    • Spatial scope
      • 160 cities and towns nationwide and Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
    • Temporal scope
      • Evaluation period: 2 consecutive years before the policy in question was implemented
      • Implementation frequency: 2 years
  • Method
    • Categorizing subject organizations
      • Local governments of similar size and features are categorized into 5 evaluation groups
      • Evaluation Group A (metropolitan cities including Seoul)
      • Evaluation Group B (cities operating city rail/subway other than Group A)
      • Evaluation Group C (cities without city rail/subway, with population bigger than 300,000 other than Group A)
      • Evaluation Group D (cities without city rail/subway, with population smaller than 300,000 other than Group A)
      • Evaluation Group E (counties)
    • Evaluation method
      • Document evaluation per group based on data collected from participating cities and counties
      • On-site due diligence for 2~3 local governments per group with the goals of verification of document evaluation data and on-site checking of public transportation facilities/mode
      • Satisfaction survey among residents regarding public transportation policies
    • Results utilization and expected effects
      • Setting up and utilizing basic data on public transportation policy index
      • Leading to more reasonable, organized policies by reflecting the evaluation results to public transportation policies