Application of socially-oriented and legal innovative practices in the urban transport flow logistics and tourism

Roman Sushchenko, Yaroslav Zapara, Volodymyr Saienko, Viktor Kostiushko, Larysa Lytvynenko, Svitlana Pron


The relevance of the study is determined by the public interest in logistic support of urban transport flows and tourism. The aim of the article is to determine the best innovative practices of providing transport and tourist flows by different urban transport modes, and also to identify prospects for their use in conditions of domestic markets. The study found that according to the German experience as one of the best practices, the priority of the development should be given to the rail transport as a key component of urban transport and logistics infrastructure, including the tourism sector. It was determined that the integrated urban intelligent transport system includes the traffic management system, the public transport management system, the parking management system and the logistics flow management system, considering the impact of tourism. The regularities of the influence of factors on the dynamics of urban transport flows were determined based on a critical analysis of a number of specific cases. The prospects for the development of rural areas adjacent to such cities were determined, given the development of transport and logistics infrastructure of the country. The materials of the study can be useful for employees of the transport and logistics sector and the sphere of tourist services, researchers, graduate students, doctoral students, and government officials.


logistic support; tourism services; legal regulation; urban infrastructure; transport system


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