by Institute of Urban and Regional Research, University of Iowa in Iowa City .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 64-66
|Statement||by Steven M. Siege, Vincenzo Milione|
|Series||Technical report - Center for Urban Transportation Studies, Institute of Urban and Regional Research, University of Iowa ; no. 49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
Fixed Route Service Characteristics Table displays five-year service trends for Sunshine Bus’s deviated fixed-route bus system. Over the five-year period from FY through , the number of riders on Sunshine Bus’s deviated fixed-route transit system have increased a by 40%, from , to , Size: 1MB. • Best Practices in Evaluating Transit Performance – Recommend a toolbox of performance measures, useful for monitoring performance at an agency level – Identify existing measures utilized by Florida transit agencies – Identify specific measures that may meet the requirements of MAP BEST PRACTICES IN EVALUATING TRANSIT PERFORMANCEFile Size: 3MB. Public Transit Route Performance Reviews. Annual Report for State Fiscal Year (SFY) also used the results of this performance evaluation to implement the first- year pilot of its Transit Incentive Program. fixed route, and limited stop service that connects places not in close proximity and makes meaningful connections to the. According to the provider’s viewpoint, efficient service along a route is where the transit agency will provide adequate service at the least cost whereas for the customer, efficient service along a route is where one that has the most quality attributes such as the shortest travel time or Cited by:
The Transportation System Performance Evaluation is a comprehensive review of the Twin Cities transportation system, prepared to inform the update of the regional Transportation Policy Plan (TPP). The report includes a demographic summary of the region and review of the systems by mode (highways, transit, freight, bike/pedestrian, and aviation). Evaluating and monitoring service performance is essential to the efficient provision of transit to a community. Evaluation also enables managers to fine-tune services to meet the needs of riders more effectively. Likewise, monitoring the qual-ity of transit service is an essential ingredient for good customer service. Since most systems. Number of jobs within one-quarter mile of a bus route* 3. The transit-supportive land area served should be maximized. To be considered transit-supportive, an area should have a density of at least 4 dwelling units per net residential acre, or at least 4 jobs per gross acre Size: KB. The Transit Service Performance Review (TSPR) measures ridership, cost, utilization, and reliability of bus, SeaBus, SkyTrain, West Coast Express, and HandyDART. It informs how we manage the regional transit network and allocate resources. This is the first TSPR to include reporting on HandyDART services.
Executive Summary of Findings and Recommendations. This report describes the current transit options provided by the City of. West Hollywood, in both demand response and fixed route categories, and provides an analysis of the services provided and funding spent. the low number of vehicles in the foot fleet (15 as of this writing), and the propensity to replace the whole fleet at once means that there is little oppor- tunity to assign a variety of vehicles in order to main - tain fleets on each route with an average age that does not exceed the system wide average. This measures total fixed route bus ridership, divided by total fixed route bus revenue service hours. Ridership and revenue service hours are data reported to the National Transit Database and reported data is validated about 14 months from close of fiscal Size: KB. Sound Transit Service Standards and Performance Measures Edition 7 B. ST EXPRESS SERVICE DESIGN GUIDELINES The direction provided by Sound Move has resulted in a unique type of transit service in the Central Puget Sound region. ST Express routes are designed to provide fast, point-to-point publicFile Size: KB.