ધોરણ 1 થી 12 ગુજરાતી/અંગ્રેજી/હિન્દી/અન્ય માધ્યમના પાઠ્યપુસ્તકો ની PDF

અત્યાર સુધીના બધાજ હોમલર્નિંગ વિડીઓ જોવા માટે જે તે ધોરણ પર ક્લિક કરો

 













GSRTC JUNIOR ASSISTANT AND TRAFFIC CONTROLLER SELECTED CANDIDATE LIST AND CUT OFF MARKS

GSRTC JUNIOR ASSISTANT AND TRAFFIC CONTROLLER SELECTED CANDIDATE LIST AND CUT OFF MARKS


Traffic is the movement of people and goods from one location to another. The movement typically occurs along a specific facility or pathway that can be called a guideway

It may be a physical guideway, as in the case of a railroad, or it may be an agreed-upon or designated route, marked either electronically (as in aviation) or geographically (as in the maritime industry). 

Movement—excepting pedestrian movement, which only requires human power—involves a vehicle of some type that can serve for people, goods, or both.

 Vehicle types, often referred to as modes of transportation, can be broadly characterized as road, rail, air, and maritime

Traffic evolves because of a need to move people and goods from one location to another. As such, the movement is initiated because of decisions made by people to transport themselves or others from one location to another to participate in activities at that second location or to move goods to a location where they have higher value. 
Traffic flows thus differ fundamentally from other areas of engineering and the physical sciences (such as the movement of electrons in a wire), because they are primarily governed and determined by laws of human behavior. 
While physical attributes are critical in the operation of all modes (e.g., to keep airplanes in the air), the demand or need to travel that gives rise to traffic is derived from the desire to change locations.
One of the principal challenges in traffic control is to accommodate the traffic in a safe and efficient way. Efficiency can be thought of as a measure of movement levels relative to the objectives for a particular transportation system and the finances required for its operation. 
For example, a railroad can be thought of as efficient if it can accommodate the travel requirements of its customers at the least cost. It will be thought of as inefficient if an alternative (e.g., a trucking service) can also meet customer needs but at a lower cost.

the management of traffic to reduce or eliminate accidents, is the other critical reason for traffic control. An airline pilot needs to be warned of high winds at the destination airport just as an automobile driver needs to be warned of a dangerous curve or intersection ahead. 
Traffic control has as its principal objective to manage the movement of people and goods as efficiently and safely as possible. The dual objectives, however, frequently conflict or, at least, compete. 
For example, there are frequent cases in which commercial airlines are held on the ground at their originating airport until they receive a clearance to land at a destination. 
The clearance is given only when the destination airport determines that the number of airplanes expected to arrive at a particular time is small enough that local air traffic controllers can assist the plane in landing without overtaxing their human limitations and compromising safety.
IMPORTANT LINK:-
Tag : GSRTC BHARTI
Back To Top