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PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC CONTROL

kontrola dostępu

  1. Standard pedestrian traffic control – pedestrian traffic control approximated in the number and authorisations of people crossing, where control and supervision is made by identifying cases of crosses attempts or unauthorised crosses (e.g. passage of 2 people based on a single authorisation). It occurs mainly with the use of turnstiles with a rotor, equipped in 3-4 passage sections or gates with single swing or double swing arms, equipped in a pedestrian traffic detection system.
  2. General pedestrian traffic control – is a pedestrian traffic control approximated in the number and authorisations of people crossing. It is used mainly with the use of swing gates, which are not equipped in pedestrian traffic detection system, where it is possible for a few people to cross at a single gate arm swing.

PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC INTENSITY

natężenie ruchu osobowego

  1. Low intensity of pedestrian traffic (1) – occurs when an average number of people attempting to cross the gate at the same time is no more than 1 person. No queues and jams occur. Cases when people move in two directions simultaneously or it is necessary for more than 2 people to move in the same direction at the same time occur sporadically.
  2. Medium intensity of pedestrian traffic (2) – occurs when an average number of people attempting to cross the gate at the same time is no more than 2-3 people. Cases when people move in two directions simultaneously or it is necessary for more than 5-7 people to move in the same direction at the same time occur sporadically.
  3. High intensity of pedestrian traffic (3) – occurs when an average number of people attempting to cross the gate at the same time is no more than 4-5 people. Cases when people move in two directions simultaneously or it is necessary for more than 8 people to move in the same direction at the same time occur sporadically.
  4. Excessive intensity of pedestrian traffic – occurs when an average number of people attempting to cross the gate at the same time is in a number making efficient access to the control zone impossible or there are jams in front of devices.

PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC DIRECTIONS

kierunki ruchu osobowego

  1. Bidirectional pedestrian traffic (1) – the device is used to assist pedestrian traffic control for both directions (entry and exit).
  2. Unidirectional pedestrian traffic (2) – the device is used to assist pedestrian traffic control for a single direction (entry or exit).

TYPES OF PERSONAL PASSAGES

rodzaje przejść osobowych

  1. Personal and goods passages – passages meant for people equipped in a device to transport luggage, for example (luggage trolley at an airport or in a shop).
  2. Passage for the disabled – a passage meant for people with a wheelchair or requiring help of another person to move.
  3. Personal passage with luggage – a passage meant for people with extra luggage, e.g. backpacks, bags, purses, suitcases, briefcases, etc.).
  4. Passage for people with children – a passage for a guardian with a child.

PASSAGE DIRECTIONS

kierunki przejścia

  1. Right direction – person entering an internal zone touches the device’s housing with a right hand.
  2. Left direction – person entering an internal zone touches the device’s housing with a left hand.