3 edition of Supervision strategies for improved reliability of bus routes found in the catalog.
by Transportation Research Board, National Research Council in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Herbert S. Levinson ; research sponsored by the Urban Mass Transportation Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation.|
|Series||Synthesis of transit practice,, 15|
|Contributions||United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HE5614.2 .L485 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||91066098|
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Supervision strategies for improved reliability of bus routes. Washington, D.C.: Transportation Research Board, National Research Council,  (OCoLC) Supervision Strategies for Improved Reliability of Bus Routes Volume 15 of National Cooperative Transit Research and Development Program.
Synthesis, ISSN Volume 15 of Synthesis of transit practice, ISSN Author: Herbert S. Levinson: Contributors: National Cooperative Transit Research & Development Program (U.S.), United States.
In Novemberthe MBTA launched a concerted effort to improve service quality on key bus routes. The Service Plan recommended improvements for various lines, including upgrading the 31 bus to Key Route standards. A second round of upgrades, entitled the Key Routes Improvement Project and costing $10 million in all, was supported by the American Recovery.
reliability problems in bus transit networks, 2. Identification of potential strategies for improving reliability of service, 3. Development of models to allow these strate gies to be analyzed and evaluated, and 4. General evaluation of the relative effective ness of these strategies.
Supervision deployment strategies and the use of real-time automatic vehicle location (AVL) information are investigated to improve current supervision practices and. Bus T ransit Service Reliability and Improvement Strategies 13 Downloaded by [McGill University Library] at 28 January as 12 times the value of.
Build your reliability strategy in 5 steps Predictability is a good thing when it comes to your assets. By David Rosenthal, PE, CMRP, Reliability Strategy and.
Improving bus service reliability. September Ian Wallis Associates Ltd in association with. Importance of service reliability to bus users and inadequate route supervision (including deficiencies in vehicle monitoring systems).
Introduction. A public transportation (PT) system has two major phases: planning and operation. The first phase aims at designing routes; time tables, synchronized transfers, and timed transfers that improve the planned transfers on the basis of a priori data (Ceder, ).Synchronized transfer studies are described by Wirasinghe and Liu,Ceder et al., Cited by: 8.
Transit Ridership, Reliability, and Retention viii media, modeling, and benefit analysis. More important, transit agencies across the country have used a variety of strategies to increase the frequency of usage by infrequent riders.
These strategies fall into a number of categories, including marketing, fare structure. Herbert C. Levinson has written: 'Supervision strategies for improved reliability of bus routes' Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author Ronnen Levinson written.
Full text of "MBTA bus service reliability: standards and supervision" See other formats. Understanding the impacts of various improvement strategies on transit service reliability.
Public Transport: Planning and Operations, 4(3), Variation in bus transit service: Understanding the impacts of various improvement strategies on transit service reliability along one of its heavily utilized bus routes, on running time.
Introduction. Bus service, especially in busy urban areas, is facing the challenge to enhance its reliability. Studies have revealed that the preferences for public transportation in a standard commuting situation were enhanced not only by the belief that public transportation provided a shorter average travel time than traveling by car, but also by the belief that public Cited by: STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING RELIABILITY OF BUS TRANSIT SERVICE.
Four major classes of strategies for improving reliability of bus transit service are analyzed: vehicle-holding strategies, reduction of the number of stops made by each bus, signal preemption, and.
Evaluation of Service Reliability Impacts of Traffic Signal Priority Strategies for Bus Transit James Chang ABSTRACT Recent progress in technology has facilitated the design, testing, and deployment of traffic signal priority strategies for transit buses.
However, a clear consensus has not emerged regarding the evaluation of these strategies. TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report A Guidebook on Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies is a resource for transit and roadway agency staff seeking to improve bus speed and reliability on surface streets, while addressing the needs of other roadway users, including motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
Reliability improvement strategies The search consisted of the following terms within the ‘‘title’’ search field: "(Bus OR Transit) AND improvement strategies or Automatic data collection or AVL or APC or AFC” OR "(Bus OR Transit) AND Reliable or Reliability or On-time performance”, OR"(Bus OR Transit)Cited by: Public transport reliability and commuter strategy Guillaume Monchambert a, André de Palma a a Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, 61 avenue du Président Wilson, Cachan, ancreF Abstract This paper addresses the two-way implication between punctuality level of pub-File Size: KB.
A Guidebook on Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies Companion Strategies This strategy supports bus-only signal phases (Section â for example, a bus left turn from a right-side lane), queue jumps (Section ), most forms of bus lanes (Section ), and other strategies that can be used in combination with queue jumps and bus lanes.
Bus Service Performance Analysis ‐ Case Study: Bus Line 1 in Stockholm Page 9 2 LITERATURE REVIEW Service reliability can be considered as one of the main objectives for transit operators and agencies.
However, there are other parties, such as File Size: 1MB.On the other hand, improved bus speeds and reliability will reduce operating costs and are likely to increase fare revenues, representing a financial benefit to bus operators. Other evidence Bus priority measures can improve the public image of buses, encouraging more people to use services, and improve the use of road space.annual bus trips, serving a population of million in a square-mile area with vehicles on 98 routes.
TriMet’s BDS reports detailed operating information in real time, every 90 seconds. In addition, the BDS archives very detailed stop-level data from the bus during all trips (Bertini and El-Geneidy ). This includes.