Mr. Tianqi Gu has successfully passed his confirmation.
Title: A multi-function framework for bike-share system’s plan, operation and application.
Summary: Bike-share system (BSs) has existed for 50 years and experienced rapid development in recent years. However, researches of interchange between BSs and public transit is fragmentary, while the methodology were mainly survey-based. Inner analysis of trip and user patterns have seldom been investigated based on massive trip data. In this study, a multi-function framework is meant to build up for BSs plan, operation and application. Three key tasks are included: a) A before- and after- change study of new transits impact on existing BSs using massive data analysis wihle trip pattern new index is presented. b) Correlation study to understand the impact of natural factors, land use as well as users’ demographic backgrounds. c) An estimation metho dology to estimate short-term demand and mid-term demand.
Bio: Tianqi Gu received his Master’s degree in Transportation planning and management from Southeast University, China in 2010 and his Bachelor’s degree in Transportation Engineering from SEU too in 2007. He commenced his PhD at Monash University in Dec. 2016 under the supervision of Dr. Inhi Kim and Prof. Currie Graham.