Transit 2012, Volume 1, Including 2012 Thomas B. Deen Distinguished Lecture

This issue contains the 2012 Thomas B. Deen distinguished lecture on the future of public transportation and 20 other papers concerned with the following aspects of public transit: the business plan approach of a transportation agency; distributing federal transit funds; Friday exception in weekday schedules for urban transit; passenger incidence (station arrival) behavior; extraboard performance; travel time impact of missed transit connections; small urban transit marginal cost pricing and subsidy; London tube strikes impact on journey times; urban transit guidelines; bus-holding control strategies; bus replacement age and total costs; quantifying the reliability of transit service; bus dwell-time model of main urban route stops; measurement system for public transport performance; transit line passenger transmission and productiveness under high loads; travel path choice impact assessment using automatic fare collection system; perceptions of transit service; effects of personal proenvironmental attitudes on mode choice behavior; public policy objectives and urban transit; and passenger ferry service and economic development in the New York City region.


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  • Accession Number: 01449088
  • Record Type: Publication
  • ISBN: 9780309223171
  • Files: TRIS, TRB, ATRI
  • Created Date: Oct 10 2012 10:22AM