Effect Analysis of banning of motorbikes and limiting of electric scooters

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Xinyue Dong, Xi Liu

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This paper establishes the optimization model of the policy of banning of motorbikes and limiting of electric scooters in China, so that the traffic situation in Shenzhen can meet the requirements of public travel and the total amount of traffic resources. Under the condition of ensuring road traffic safety, traffic efficiency and environmental protection requirements, giving the ideal time schedule. Through a three-day traffic index of Shenzhen urban area statistical analysis, software is used to match the speed of the vehicle to capture the speed and the relationship between each time period. Then, the speed of each day is analyzed to know the impact on traffic in Shenzhen. Using the model, we can get the impact of different sections of electric vehicles on the traffic conditions. It can be concluded that the policy of banning of motorbikes and limiting of electric scooters has a significant improvement effect on the traffic in Shen-zhen. In the case of people, the impact of traffic on the case of small and appropriate to relax the restrictions on the motorcycle. The necessity and practicability of banning of motorbikes and limiting of electric scooters are analyzed by the situation of casualties in motorcycle and electric car accidents with the trend and prediction of data. By quantita-tive analysis, time, place, cause, casualty rate, trend of motorcycle and electric car accident, optimal time and place arrangement are obtained. Through the physical pollutant index of Shenzhen, the water pollution index mathematical analysis, its function trend is observed from the intuitive chart to see the above three indicators in the ban and power. After the promulgation of the policy, it has a more significant downward trend. The policy should be pursued as it had a positive impact on the environment and contributes to environmental protection.

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Policy; Traffic efficiency; Traffic safety; Environmental protection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/wc.v6i2.98

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