Transit 2013, Volume 2

This issue contains 18 papers concerned with transit. Specific topics addressed include: transit fleet resource allocation; benchmarking disaggregate customer satisfaction scores of bus operators; statistical equivalence of onboard versus online surveys of transit customers; the operational performance of public transportation agencies; intraurban rail access; measurement of train delay impacts; low-frequency automated vehicle location data for monitoring and control of bus performance; and large-scale transit schedule coordination. Other topics addressed include: dynamic system optimal routing; high-load transit line passenger transmission and productiveness efficiencies; the benefits of real-time transit information and impacts of data accuracy on rider experience; the calibration of a public transport performance measurement system; pedestrian route choice of vertical facilities in subway stations; the effects of fare payment types and crowding on dwell time; unbanked transit riders and open payment fare collection; business perceptions of fixed-guideway transit projects; passengers’ perception of and behavioral adaptation to unreliability in public transportation; and the effect of parking charges at transit stations on park-and-ride mode choice.


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  • Accession Number: 01517273
  • Record Type: Publication
  • ISBN: 9780309286992
  • Files: TRIS, TRB, ATRI
  • Created Date: Feb 28 2014 2:35PM