What is the Scale ofCongestion on Braemar Hillin terms of Spatial Context and Time?
Scale of Congestion• Scale of congestion worsens as time progresses• The area of congested road increases
Map 3: The map above shows the congested areas on Braemar Hill during the investigation
Map 4: The map above shows the data collection points during the investigation
0:20:10 Total Traveling Time from 0m to CIS 0:17:17Length of Travel time over 1100m 0:14:24 0:11:31 0:08:38 0:05:46 0:02:53 0:00:00 7:04:48 7:12:00 7:19:12 7:26:24 7:33:36 7:40:48 7:48:00 7:55:12 8:02:24 Car Arrival Time at 0m
Conclusion During peak hours, the congestion spreads: ½ way down Cloud View road, ¾ the way down Tin Hau Temple road, 3/5 the way down Pak Fuk road. Traveling time is multiplied 13 times during peak hours
How are We Affected by the Traffic Congestion on Braemar Hill?
Speed of Commute- Route Recorded Map 5: The map above shows the route of which the speed of commute was recorded.
Speed of Commute No. of people interviewed = 33 Including students, drivers & teachers
Noise Levels Noise Levels During Braemar Hill Rush Hour 85 80 75Decibels (dB) 70 65 60 7:10 AM 7:25 AM 7:27 AM 7:30 AM 7:35 AM 7:40 AM 7:45 AM 7:50 AM 7:55 AM Time
Noise LevelsDecibels Expose level Common noise source (dB) 100 Possible hearing loss Pneumatic drill; Tractor Open top car ride on motorway; Food 90 - blender 80 Very Noisy Alarm Clock Upper limit for hearing 70 Vacuum Cleaner conversation 60 - Conversation at 1 meter; singing birds
Conclusion Health,the time taken to commute, and the noise levels - significant threat The increased commute time to enter and exit Braemar Hill during the morning rush hour is up to fourteen times what it could be Irritation caused by noises is clearly stated by the residents
Final Conclusion1. Cause – CIS Private Cars2. Scale 1. Spatial Context 2. Travelling Time3. Effects on community: 1. Speed of commute 2. Noise levels 3. Health impacts