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 Volume 8, Issue 11 (November 2021), Pages: 37-43


 Original Research Paper

 Title: Organizational and economic mechanism of the automatic underground train operation system

 Author(s): Oleksii Yu. Palant 1, *, Vyacheslav V. Stamatin 2, Olena V. Dymchenko 1, Mykola V. Nesprava 3, Tykhon S. Yarovoi 4


 1Department of Entrepreneurship and Business Administration, O.M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv, Kharkiv, Ukraine
 2Municipal Enterprise “Kharkiv Metro”, Kharkiv, Ukraine
 3Department of International Relations and Tourism, Dnipropetrovsk State University of Internal Affairs, Dnipro, Ukraine
 4Department of Public Administration, Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, Kyiv, Ukraine

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This work deals with the provision of underground, as one of the main modes of public transport, with automated control systems, in particular the provision of automated train management. It defines that the underground is one of the most progressive modes of transport, which is related to its environmental safety, comfort, and speed of movement, as this mode of transport does not intersect with other transport and pedestrian routes, which excludes traffic blocks. Underground is an important element of urbanized spaces, for it serves large passenger traffic. The article presents an algorithm for the creation of an automated control system for the underground train system. Based on this algorithm, a model of building an organizational and economic mechanism for automation of control systems has been developed. The diagram of organizational and technical implementation of the automated system of underground train management is presented. An economic analysis of the effectiveness of the application of the automated control system of underground trains was carried out. The recoupment on the acquisition and installation of automation systems is very high. The application of the automated system will increase the capacity of the underground by optimizing the traffic schedules, which will contribute to increasing its profitability. It is also useful to determine the reduction of electricity consumption due to the change in the dynamics of acceleration and braking systems, which is important, as the underground is a powerful enterprise. In the future, a promising direction is to streamline the coordination of train schedules and other modes of land public transport. 

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 Keywords: Automated control systems, Public transport, Metropolitan cities, Traffic system, Electric transport

 Article History: Received 24 June 2021, Received in revised form 28 August 2021, Accepted 30 August 2021


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 Conflict of interest: The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.


 Palant OY, Stamatin VV, and Dymchenko OV et al. (2021). Organizational and economic mechanism of the automatic underground train operation system. International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences, 8(11): 37-43

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