Research on Emergency Evacuation of Urban Rail Transit
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With the expansion of urban scale and the increase of travel distance, people become more and more dependent on rail transit. During rush hour, a large number of passengers choose rail transit as their travel mode. However, in some emergencies, rail transit may also be interrupted, which will not only cause a large number of travel delays for passengers, but also cause a large number of passengers to gather inside the rail transit station in a short time, increasing the probability of stampede. Therefore, the use of connecting buses to evacuate stranded passengers has become a research hotspot of evacuation problems, which is of great significance to public safety and emergencies, the reduction of passenger delay incidents and the reduction of economic losses.
Urban rail; Threshold value; Evacuation requirements; Evacuation path; Allocation