Yıl 2019, Cilt 10 , Sayı 27, Sayfalar 630 - 652 2019-08-31

İstanbul Tarihi Yarımada Bölgesi için Akıllı Bisiklet Paylaşım Sistemi Tasarım Önerisi
Smart Bicycle-Sharing System Design for the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul

Gülce Kırdar [1] , Şehnaz Cenani [2] , Gülen Çağdaş [3]


Çalışma, İstanbul’un Tarihi Yarımada Bölgesi’nde özellikle tarihi çevreye erişim zorluğu, trafik problemi ve nüfusun fazla olması ziyaretçilerin bölgeyi deneyimlemesi açısından sorun oluşturması sebebiyle, bölgede kullanıcılar için akıllı bisiklet paylaşım sistemi önermektedir. Sürdürülebilir ulaşım aracı olarak bisiklet kullanımı bölgede hareketlilik kaynaklı sorunların çözülmesini sağlayabilir. Bisiklet kullanımı kullanıcıya düşük maliyetli ve sağlıklı erişim imkanı sunarken, aynı zamanda kullanıcının kentsel mekanı diğer ulaşım araçlarına göre daha iyi algılamasını ve deneyimlemesini sağlar. Çalışmanın amacı bölgede bisikletin ulaşım aracı olarak kullanılarak ziyaretçilerin kentsel çevreyi daha iyi algılamasını sağlamak amacıyla değişken bisiklet kullanım talebini göz önüne alarak bisiklet kullanımını arttıracak yöntemler geliştirmektir. Önerilen bisiklet paylaşım sistemi; (1) trafik durumuna ve kullanıcı isteklerine uygun, kullanıcı ile etkileşimli en etkin bisiklet ulaşımının nasıl gerçekleştirileceği ve (2) kullanım durumuna göre mevcut bisiklet terminallerinde park ve bisiklet talebinin en uygun nasıl belirlenebileceği soruları üzerinden geliştirilmiştir. Akıllı bisiklet paylaşım systemi; 1) bisiklet rotasının tanımlanması, 2) bisiklet kullanım uygulaması ve 3) bisiklet paylaşım modeli tasarımı aşamalarından oluşmaktadır. Çalışmada karar destek sistemi yöntemlerinden biri olan etmen tabanlı modelleme yöntemi kullanılarak bisiklet paylaşım modelinin süreci tanımlanır. Çalışma kapsamında, bisiklet paylaşım modeli bisiklet park ve terminal konumları raslantısal olarak seçilerek örnek çalışma ile değerlendirilir. Örnek çalışmanın sonuçları bisiklet talebinin bisiklet servislerinin (bisiklet park ve terminal noktaları) mesafeleri ve sayıları ile ilişkili olduğunu göstermektedir. Önerilen bisiklet paylaşım sistemi, bölgeyi bilmeyen kullanıcılar için yol bulucu uygulama ve değişen kullanıcı talebine uyum sağlayabilen bisiklet paylaşım modeli sunmaktadır. Geliştirilen dinamik bisiklet paylaşım sisteminin kullanıcıların bisiklet bekleme süresini azaltarak, kullanıcı memnuniyetini ve dolayısıyla bisiklet kullanımını artırması beklenmektedir.

The paper presents a smart bike sharing system proposal with intent to promote cycling for tourists as a sightseeing trip in the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul, where high population, inadequate road infrastructure and traffic congestion make the mobility difficult. Cycling offers an alternative sustainable transportation mode to overcome these mobility challenges; it presents low cots and active mobility to the individuals, and also improves the spatial experience with urban environment. The aim of the study is to promote the use of bikes for improving visitors' (tourists) perception of the urban environment by considering bicycle demand. The research concentrates on (1) how to perform more effective bike sharing system, which is able to respond to traffic condition, and (2) adjust the bike capacity according to in user demand. The smart bike sharing system, presented in this study, consists of; 1) bike route, 2) bike use mobile application and 3) bike sharing model stages. In bike-sharing modeling process, we employ agent based modeling as decision support system. In the scope of the study, the model is evaluated through a test case that is designed by randomly selected bike park spots and terminal locations.  The results showed that there is an association between bicycle demand and the number and location of biycyle facilities (bike park spots and terminals). The presented bike sharing system offers a navigation map for the visitors unfamiliar with the area and a dynamic model proposal that responds flexibly to user needs. The developed dynamic bicycle system is expected to increase the user satisfaction and thus the use of bicycles by reducing the bicycle waiting time of the users.

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Orcid: 0000-0002-4700-6077
Yazar: Gülce Kırdar (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATICS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPUTING PROGRAM
Ülke: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-8111-586X
Yazar: Şehnaz Cenani
Kurum: ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATICS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPUTING PROGRAM
Ülke: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-4700-6077
Yazar: Gülen Çağdaş
Kurum: ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATICS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPUTING PROGRAM
Ülke: Turkey


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APA Kırdar, G , Cenani, Ş , Çağdaş, G . (2019). Smart Bicycle-Sharing System Design for the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul. İDEALKENT , 10 (27) , 630-652 . DOI: 10.31198/idealkent.507208
MLA Kırdar, G , Cenani, Ş , Çağdaş, G . "Smart Bicycle-Sharing System Design for the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul". İDEALKENT 10 (2019 ): 630-652 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/idealkent/issue/49423/507208>
Chicago Kırdar, G , Cenani, Ş , Çağdaş, G . "Smart Bicycle-Sharing System Design for the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul". İDEALKENT 10 (2019 ): 630-652
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ISNAD Kırdar, Gülce , Cenani, Şehnaz , Çağdaş, Gülen . "Smart Bicycle-Sharing System Design for the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul". İDEALKENT 10 / 27 (Ağustos 2019): 630-652 . https://doi.org/10.31198/idealkent.507208
AMA Kırdar G , Cenani Ş , Çağdaş G . Smart Bicycle-Sharing System Design for the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul. İDEAL KENT. 2019; 10(27): 630-652.
Vancouver Kırdar G , Cenani Ş , Çağdaş G . Smart Bicycle-Sharing System Design for the Historical Peninsula of Istanbul. İDEALKENT. 2019; 10(27): 652-630.