Violation Intensity Analysis

1559 words - 7 pages

Summary Statistics:
a. Violations and Fine Amount by County:
County | FINE AMOUNT | VIOLATIONS |
Bronx | 8% | 8% |
Kings | 4% | 4% |
NY County | 74% | 73% |
Queens | 6% | 7% |
Richmond | 8% | 9% |

b. Violations and Fine Amount by day of the Week:

Weekday | FINE AMOUNT | VIOLATIONS |
1 | 1% | 1% |
2 | 18% | 18% |
3 | 22% | 22% |
4 | 22% | 22% |
5 | 18% | 18% |
6 | 15% | 15% |
7 | 4% | 4% |

c. Violations by Violation Type:
Violation Type | Percentage |
14 | 13% |
46 | 11% |
45 | 10% |
69 | 9% |
34 | 8% |
16 | 6% |
20 | 5% |
38 | 5% |
19 | 5% |
21 | 4% |
42 | 4% |
40 | 3% |
78 | 2% |
37 | 2% |
47 | 2% |
48 | 2% |
71 | 2% | ...view middle of the document...

In similar path the study is directed towards the day of the week (Weekday vs Weekend) and the Road Segment type. This indirectly approaches the density of traffic over road segments over the week.
b. Intensity of Violations on Road Segments:
| DENSITY BY COUNTY | WEEKLY |
ROAD TYPE | DENSITY | MANHATTAN | BROOKLYN | BRONX | QUEENS | RICHMOND | WEEKDAY | WEEKEND |
A11-A19 | 72.0 | 80.3 | 162.8 | 28.2 | 23.6 | NULL | 62.4 | 40.3 |
A20-A29 | 95.1 | 106.3 | 30.8 | 91.4 | 44.1 | 54.7 | 93.1 | 23.3 |
A30-A39 | 64.1 | 87.5 | 26.7 | 56.2 | 48.2 | 50.5 | 62.7 | 22.6 |
A40-A49 | 80.2 | 149.9* | 18.3 | 32.7 | 25.3 | 23.8 | 79.3 | 19.1 |
A60-A69 | 123.4 | 75.6 | 99.3 | 188.7 | 103.4 | 92.7 | 120.1 | 43.4 |
A70-A79 | 36.3 | 57.2 | 30.9 | 13.1 | 14.4 | 20.6 | 35.4 | 26.6 |
The intensity of violations requires the spatial distribution of Parking Violations. The addresses of the Parking Violations are geo-coded in order to identify the spatial patterns. The geo-coded data points are associated with the road segments spatially. The intensity of the Violations are calculated by number of data points associated with each road segment. Based on Feature Code Classification of road segments the violations are then attributed to each functional class of the road segments.

Column1 | Column2 | DENSITY BY COUNTY | Column3 | Column4 | Column5 | Column6 | WEEKLY | Column7 |
ROAD TYPE | DENSITY | MANHATTAN | BROOKLYN | BRONX | QUEENS | RICHMOND | WEEKDAY | WEEKEND |
A11-A19 | 72.0 | 80.3 | 162.8 | 28.2 | 23.6 | NULL | 62.4 | 40.3 |
A20-A29 | 95.1 | 106.3 | 30.8 | 91.4 | 44.1 | 54.7 | 93.1 | 23.3 |
A30-A39 | 64.1 | 87.5 | 26.7 | 56.2 | 48.2 | 50.5 | 62.7 | 22.6 |
A40-A49 | 80.2 | 149.9 | 18.3 | 32.7 | 25.3 | 23.8 | 79.3 | 19.1 |
A60-A69 | 123.4 | 75.6 | 99.3 | 188.7 | 103.4 | 92.7 | 120.1 | 43.4 |
A70-A79 | 36.3 | 57.2 | 30.9 | 13.1 | 14.4 | 20.6 | 35.4 | 26.6 |
Note: 1.NULL represents that there have been zero reportable violations in that category.
2. * represents exceptionally high values which may have to be interpreted differently.

| VIOLATION TYPE |
ROAD TYPE | 14 | 46 | 45 | 69 |
A11-A19 | 162.8 | NULL | NULL | NULL |
A20-A29 | 62.9 | 31.7 | 30.6 | 59.4 |
A30-A39 | 39.2 | 32.3 | 34.0 | 88.0 |
A40-A49 | 56.9 | 24.5 | 29.4 | 122.6 |
A60-A69 | 74.9 | 54.2 | 73.3 | 100.6 |
A70-A79 | 29.1 | 25.0 | 32.4 | 41.0 |

Note: 1.NULL represents that there have been zero reportable violations in that category.

c. Results:
(i) The results mainly involve violation intensities of different road functional classes. These are interpreted in a branched format to format reasonable conclusions. The intensity of Violations based on type of road segment for the entire NYC will give an out stretch of road functional classes that have higher violation intensities making it possible for the look into parking regulations on Road functional classes. Then further investigating the counties we get much more interesting...

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