Road bypasses of cities are built primarily for the purpose of detouring transit traffic from cities to their periphery. Urban roads are then released and used primarily by traffic flows with origin or destination in the city and inner-city individual and public transport. The use of urban roads depends, among other features, on the usability of the bypass in context of achievability of the surrounding municipalities. Several factors influence the demand for bypass, such as the distance of the bypass from the city, the access options from bypass to the destination. The aim of the article is to find and evaluate these factors using the possibilities of transport modelling. This analysis will be carried out for several categories of cities depending on their size and regional importance. Individual (road) transport will be monitored.Keywords: Bypass; roads; surrounding municipalities; factors; transport model
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