Impact of the Miami Metromover on the Downtown Environment

Prediction and Reality of Ridership for the DPM in Detroit, Michigan, USA

Vancouver Skytrain Operating Experience

Detroit People Mover Implementation to Year One

Monorail Operating Experience at Walt Disney World

People Mover System for New Towns/Communities

Human Factors in a Bus Route Monitoring System
In 1984 the Maryland Mass Transit Administration began a systemwide route monitoring effort. Data collection was accomplished principally by on-board checkers using laptop Epson microcomputers...

Transit Scheduling With Spreadsheets
In two years, the Anchorage Transit Department has gone from having no microcomputers in use to having ten being used for route scheduling, monitoring ridership figures, maintenance management,...

Development of a Management Information System for the Brockton Area Transit Authority
The Brockton Area Transit Authority has from its beginning monitored ridership and service in order to evaluate its performance. Prior to 1981 all processing of that information was done...

Microcomputer Route Performance Monitoring
A performance monitoring system, properly implemented, can significantly aid a transit system's ability to operate efficient and effective services. The Capital District Transportation...

Using QRS For Corridor Technology Assessment
This paper discusses the application of the Quick Response System (QRS) for testing the feasibility of light rail transit for a mid-sized city. The authors used data available from local...

DEL: A Fare Revenue Forecasting Model
As there could be several pricing alternatives producing the same amount of overall fare revenue, the solution search usually requires judgement in light of the predefined set of objectives...

A Fare Demonstration in a Chicago Corridor
In response to various factors, a fare and transfer demonstration encompassing commuter rail and bus services in a major Chicago corridor was designed and implemented in early 1982. Experience...

Transit Fare and Marketing Innovations to Increase Revenue
Limited transit operating subsidies and the need to increase revenues necessitate that public transit agencies evaluate and implement new fare policies and fare-related marketing programs...

 

 

 

 

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