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Felling woody plants which grow outside of the forest and a transport infrastructure
Bilanin, Petr ; Rajchl, Jiří (advisor) ; Svoboda, Petr (referee)
Felling woody plants which grow outside of the forest and a transport infrastructure Abstract The subject of this diploma thesis is a legal regulation of felling woody plants located near road and rail transport infrastructure. It focuses mainly on the analysis and evaluation of the current legal regulation of this area, together with de lege ferenda proposals that could lead to the improvement of this legal regulation. This thesis is divided into three sections, which are further divided into individual chapters and subchapters. The first section is focused on the description of the general legal regulation of felling woody plants which grow outside of the forest. This general legal regulation form the basis of special legal regulations of felling woody plants located near road and rail transport infrastructure. In this section there is an illustration of the central concept of woody plants which grow outside the forest, an exploration of three basic principles of this regal legulation and, above all, a description of the individual regimes under which it is possible to fell woody plants. Special protection regimes of woody plants which grow outside of the forest are also briefly discussed. The second section is dedicated to the felling of woody plants which are located near road infrastructure and related...
Railway Station Jihlava-Pavov HSR
Provázek, Miloš ; Janoušek, Jan (referee) ; Říha, Tomáš (advisor)
The objective of the diploma thesis is to the design of a transfer terminal on the VRT RS1 high-speed line in Jihlava-Pávov location at the crossing point with the existing railway line Havlíčkův Brod - Jihlava. The thesis deals with the integration of the transfer terminal into the existing transport infrastructure with an emphasis on the quality of its own transport service. The work includes the design of transport structures at the preliminary design level.
The analysis of transport infrastructure of the city České Budějovice during an emergency situation with a focus on public transport provider
ŠIMKOVÁ, Hana
The subject of this Master's Diploma thesis is an analysis of the transport infrastructure in the city of České Budějovice during an emergency situation with focus on transport providers. The goal of this research is to find out on what level the providers of the city public transportation are prepared to respond to outstanding and extraordinary situations that impact the city's transport infrastructure. The theoretical part of this thesis deals with the definition of basic terms which are related to the issues of chosen topic. The theoretical part then mainly focuses on the individual means of transportation in the Czech Republic and the approach from the perspective of the European Union. Part of the practical section of this thesis is the basic characteristics of the city of České Budějovice and the public transportation provided on its municipality area. The interaction between the individual means of transportation is then described with regard to the integrated transportation system. In the research part, a selection of elements of transportation that needs to be protected due to their importance and essentiality is concluded. Then, there is also a controlled interview with an employee of the Transportation Company of the city of České Budějovice. With the help of a multicriteria analysis, the risks that may endanger the identified elements of interest, e.g. public transportation stops, are identified. Based on all the obtained information and the results of the analysis, preventative measures that might significantly help in case of an actual emergency are provided to the Transportation Company. In addition, the conducted multicriteria analysis of risks can be used as a platform for possible planning processes.
Highway fees in the Czech Republic
PANSKÁ, Jiřina
This bachelor thesis is focused on the highway fees in the Czech Republic. The first part of the work defines terms such as road tax, history and evolution of taxes and fees related to the operation of motor vehicles. There is described transport infrastructure, transport and current trends in transport. It also deals with the development of road transport and charging. The second part of the work compares the established models in selected coun-tries of the European Union - Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Poland. Then follows the analysis of revenue and expenditure for vignettes in the Czech Republic. In conclusion, there are processed impacts of the introduction of electronic fees for motor vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes in the Czech Republic and there are processed graphs on estimated initial expenditures and estimated return on investment.
Effectiveness of Cycling Transport Infrastructure Investment in Regional Development. Region Orlicko-Třebovsko Case Study.
Boháč, Ondřej ; Blažek, Jiří (advisor) ; Květoň, Viktor (referee)
This paper evaluates the benefits of investments in cycling infrastructure for regional development. The case study deals with socio-economic impacts of cycling transport infrastructure built for the Orlicko-Třebovsko region. The main thesis does not assume profitability of such investments in socio-economic realm of the region. Overall societal benefit has been assessed through the cost-benefit analysis. Individual elements of the analysis are focused on short-term, long-term, direct and indirect effects for the development of the region. The benefits are to be found in connection with implementation, management and operation of the project as well as transport sector, services sector and recreation. Specific positive effects take mainly the form of business sales, employment and savings for the population. The analysis has taken note of certain positive effect that is nevertheless economically inadequate to the amount of initial investment. Therefore in this case cycling transport infrastructure proved to be ineffective tool of regional development.
Transport infrastructure in the Moravian-Silesian region
Grossmannová, Michaela ; Kocourková, Gabriela (referee) ; Vaňková, Lucie (advisor)
The topic of diploma thesis is transport infrastructure in Moravian Silesian region. The thesis is separate to theoretical part and practical part. The theoretical part is focused on region characteristics, regional development and transport infrastructure including financing. The practical part is focused on analysis transport infrastructure in Moravian Silesian region, which is mapped and described in detail. Using the knowledge from the theoretical part, the outcome is described impact of transport infrastructure on the region development.
The urban engineer and his role in construction practice
Tlamková, Anna ; Tichý, Jan (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The diploma thesis in its introductory descriptive part defines all the theoretical foundations and contexts associated with the concepts of urban engineering and urban engineer. The theoretical information is followed by the analytical part of the work, which contains interviews with real authorized urban engineers. With the help of the respondents' professional experience, the real role of the urban engineer in construction practice and the activities he should perform in such a role is subsequently formed. In the end, the obtained information is transformed into a practical example, which demonstrates the illustrative implementation of the knowledge of an urban engineer within the real functioning of the practice.
3D data representation and visualization of complex features of traffic infrastructure
Hřebec, Tomáš ; Brůha, Lukáš (advisor) ; Laštovička, Josef (referee)
7 Abstract This bachelor thesis designs and implements the process of creating and visualizing of 3D models of complex elements of road infrastructure with focus on level crossing. The theoretical part outlines the principles of modeling, methods of collecting spatial data using the Structure from Motion method and aerial images. This thesis also introduces the basics of Blender software, which the model is created in, and how ArcGIS Pro software, in which the final models are visualized, works with 3D data. Model of a bridge is created by an add-on for Blender. This work describes how the add-on was created, how it works and how to control it. In the end, there is described how to visualize the models. Keywords: Spatial data structures, 3D GIS, 3D visualization, traffic infrastructure
Design of a sustainable urban structure - based on a medieval city - for the 21st century.
Bušinová, Eva ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The thesis deals with the design of a sustainable urban structure, based on a medieval city, in the 21st century. The main idea of the proposal is the creation of a new part of the town Náměšť nad Oslavou with the aim of connecting it with the existing urban structure and at the same time extending it to the missing elements of the developing city. The newly built area is designed with an emphasis on the construction of new residential housing with civil facilities services, while designing and creating public spaces and private parts of courtyards and villas. The aim of the thesis was to design a growing territory so that it adapts to the needs of today's society and at the same time became part of the existing city. From an urban point of view, based on the theme of the thesis, the aim is to combine elements of a medieval city with elements of a city built in the 21st century. The concept is based on a planned network of streets with multifunctional buildings designed for trade and production in the ground floor and housing on other floors, which originated in the medieval city. The emblem of the medieval city was the emotional perception of the connection of strict lines and strange shapes into one whole, and therefore buildings were designed in a new part of the city for living with almost clean geometric lines, while the objects of civil facilities are organic shapes.
Expropriation for the purposes of construction of transport, water and energy infrastructure
Sharapaev, Vladimír ; Prášková, Helena (referee)
Expropriation for the purposes of construction of transport, water and energy infrastructure Résumé This thesis deals with expropriation under the regime of Act No. 416/2009 Coll. on accelerating the construction of transport, water and energy infrastructure and electronic communications infrastructure (Act on Acceleration of Construction). The thesis provides an analysis of selected provisions of this Act, evaluates the possibilities of interpretation of questionable provisions and proposes possibilities of de lege ferenda optimisation of the existing legislation. The thesis also responds to the recent amendment to the Act on Acceleration of Construction implemented by Act No. 169/2018 Coll. and analyses the potential impacts of the new legislation on the procedural position of the parties to the proceedings as well as the conformity of the selected provisions of the amendment with the constitutional order. In the first chapter, the reader is acquainted with the notion of expropriation, with the content of this term, the relevant legal regulation and the substantive conditions of expropriation. The following second chapter contains a brief description of the Act on Accelerating Construction and its contextualisation in the terms of historical and political circumstances of its adoption. The third chapter...

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