Decision tree - analyze passenger loading, engineering homework help

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The population of New York City is expected to increase by 1.1 million people by the year 2030. Increasing the capacity of the subway system is crucial to this growth.

You will analyze passenger loading and capacity on the cars of the New York Subway system using the three techniques I mentioned in the title. You will use operations strategy and design to recommend how to increase train capacity utilization.

moving average forecast to predict the number of passengers a given subway line will have in the forthcoming months
Decision tree - analyze passenger loading and capacity on the cars of the New York Subway system and recommend how to increase train capacity utilization.
Manufacturing (Service) execution systems are computerized systems used in manufacturing, to track and document the transformation of raw materials to finished goods, apply the process to this assignment as best as you can and in the most detail as possible.

Make sure that you use all the current riding information from the MTA website. Like this, http://web.mta.info/nyct/facts/ridership/ for example.

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Running Head: MOVING AVERAGE

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Moving Average

Name

Course

Tutor

Date

MOVING AVERAGE

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Introduction

When it comes to capacity and loading of cars in the subway systems in New York,
Crowding is one of the main factors. Therefore, this means the capacity of those cars is less than
the people traveling. For instance, lines L, 4, 6, and 8 during morning rush they surpass the
places loading guidelines due to crowding. These guidelines state that the passenger should have
at least 2 so. ft. to stand in but this happens is not the case. Due to crowding in these trains lead
to delays since individuals take more time than expected to get in and out of these travel vessels.
On the other hand, the actual congestion results from the jam-packed tracks.

Solutions and Methods

These cars are required to run with sufficient space in between them in order to have an
area to halt to avoid a crash. In order to escalate train volume use, the agency should increase the
length of the stages of the most congested lines, to let longer trains. An instance is in on
Lexington Lane that will allow 12 cars instead of 10 cars currently in use. This means a 20%
capacity increased in the transit. This will serve as a great solution in the reduction of crowding
and capacity expansion.

Another solution is the development of a computerized signal system that will let the
cars/trains to track closer and faster, together, growing the number that may perhaps route on the
pathways. Also, by eliminating gridlock on the lanes, thus decreasing the number of cars on the
street, also as the length of time they are around. Road traffic is expected to go down by 6.3%,
and speeds to rise by 7.2%. This states that, by eliminating gridlock from the highways, you
reduce the number of cars on the highway, as well as reducing the travel time.

MOVING AVERAGE

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Moving average data
Subway Ridership at a Glance

Year

Average
Weekday

Average
Saturday

Average
Sunday

Average
Weekend

Annual Total

2011

5,284,295

3,082,463

2,414,587

5,497,050

1,640,434,672

2012

5,380,184

3,172,627

2,490,736

5,663,363

1,654,582,265

2013

5,465,034

3,243,495

2,563,022

5,806,517

1,707,555,714

2014

5,597,551

3,323,110

2,662,795

5,985,905

1,751,287,621

2015

5,650,610

3,309,731

2,663,418

5,943,149

1,762,565,419

2016

5,655,755

3,202,388

2,555,814

5,758,201

1,756,814,800

MTA New York City Transit Bus Ridership at a Glance

Year

Average
Weekday

Average
Saturday

Average
Sunday

Average
Weekend

Annual
Total

2011

2,151,877

1,306,386

999,837

2,306,223

670,698,694

2012

2,169,311

1,309,666

998,863

2,308,529

667,910,621

2013

2,166,376

1,314,515

1,007,340

2,321,854

677,569,432

2014

2,123,092

1,305,437

1,024,279

2,329,716

667,051,170

2015

2,070,386

1,278,031

995,788

2,273,819

650,681,784

2016

2,038,119

1,221,299

957,427

2,178,725

638,413,113

MOVING AVERAGE

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MTA Bus Company Ridership at a Glance

Year

Average
Weekday

Average
Saturday

Average
Sunday

Average
Weekend

Annual
Total

2011

392,368

210,708

154,774

365,482

119,381,038

2012

400,786

218,658

161,873

380,531

120,877,799

2013

407,217

224,199

168,092

392,291

124,9...

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