Evaluation Of A Transportation Project With The Analytic Hierarchy Process: Best Parking Angle Selection
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K.P. Anagnostopoulos, B. Stephanis, D. Dimitriou & A. Vavatsikos
The design, planning and construction scheduling of the infrastructure works to meet the needs for the Olympic Games of 2004 in Athens are major challenges that the engineers of our country are faced. The location of facilities and the organisation of the transportation system of the capital are prerequisites for the even waging of the Olympic Games. In this paper the Analytic Hierarchy Process is used for the alternatives evaluation for an Olympic transportation project in order to estimate spatial parameters, such as the parking angle, for the facilities of Olympic Tennis Stadium.