The Possibility of People Mover Cost Reduction in Japanby Yoshio Tsukio, Nagoya Univ, Faculty of Engineering, Nagoya, Japan,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Automated People Movers: Engineering and Management in Major Activity Centers
Abstract: One of the major problems preventing the introduction of people movers into urban areas is their expensive unit cost in comparison with existing transport technologies. In this paper, the unit cost of both Japanese and US people movers are analysed to identify the causes of the high unit costs, and then, several countermeasures to reduce cost are discussed.
Subject Headings: People movers | Transportation studies | System analysis | Rail transportation | Economic factors | Comparative studies | Buses | Urban areas | Japan | Asia
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