การเปลี่ยนแปลงที่อยู่อาศัยของบุคลากรจุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัยเมื่อมีระบบรถไฟฟ้าขนส่งมวลชน / ธีรนันท์ โอภาสสัมพันธ์ = Residential changes of Chulalongkorn University personnels when mass transit system is in operation
Bangkok has serious traffic congession problems that effect Chulalongkorn University personnels' commutation. Proposed mass transit is a new choice. This research investigates whether the mass transit will have any impact on the pattern of commutation. A first set of questionniares for all 7,623 personnels were distributed through all university's faculties and divisions, and 802 samples were returned. They were inquired about their changes in commutation to work by mass transit and changes in their residence. Two months later, another set of questionniares were distributed to 155 persons from 802 previous samples, particularly for those who were expected to change both their commutation and their residence. It was to inquire their trends and preferences of new housing. The analysis discovered that 71.3% if 802 Chulalongkorn University personnels prefer to use mass transit because it can control their limited commuting time. Secondly, it is expected to be comfortable and fast. Only 34.4% of these personels will use mass transit regularly while 62.4% will use mass transit occasionally. One third of the personnels would change their residence locations in order to fit with new mass transit system, and 71.0 percent of this group would have to buy a new house. 60.6 percent of 133 personnels expected to choose new residence outside Bangkok vicinity. Among these, 36.1% of them prefer single house pricing under 2 million bahts on 50 square wah land plot. Secondly, 33.8% of them prefer a town house pricing under 800,000 bahts on a 20 square wah land plot. 27.8 of them prefer 31-40 square meter condominium pricing under 500,000 bahts. All these new accomodation should be located within 1-2 kilometers from sub-stations. This research reveals that mass transit mostly effects Chulalongkorn University Personnels in changing their commutation, and their residence.