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Economic benefits of coordinating human service transportation and transit services Burkhardt, Jon E ; Koffman, David ; Murray, Gail

By: Burkhardt, Jon EContributor(s): Koffman, David | Murray, GailPublication details: Washington DC Transit Cooperative Research Program, 2003; TCRP report 91, Description: 173 s, 4¤MBISBN: 0309087651Subject(s): USA | Public transport | Economics | Paratransit | Cost | | Economic efficiency | 111 | 112Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P4839:91Location: Abstract: This report examines the net economic benefits associated with various strategies and practices for coordinating human service transportation and general public transit, provides quantitative estimates of these strategies and practices, and identifies innovative and promising coordination strategies and practices. This report includes an executive summary that provides a brief overview of basic coordination concepts and strategies that may enable transportation operators to achieve significant economic benefits from coordinating their operations.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P4839:91

This report examines the net economic benefits associated with various strategies and practices for coordinating human service transportation and general public transit, provides quantitative estimates of these strategies and practices, and identifies innovative and promising coordination strategies and practices. This report includes an executive summary that provides a brief overview of basic coordination concepts and strategies that may enable transportation operators to achieve significant economic benefits from coordinating their operations.

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