Planning, operation, and control of bus transport systems: A literature review
mode - bus, technology - intelligent transport systems, planning - network design, operations - coordination
Literature review, Bus transport systems, Planning, Operation, Real-time control
The efficiency of a transport system depends on several elements, such as available technology, governmental policies, the planning process, and control strategies. Indeed, the interaction between these elements is quite complex, leading to intractable decision making problems. The planning process and real-time control strategies have been widely studied in recent years, and there are several practical implementations with promising results. In this paper, we review the literature on Transit Network Planning problems and real-time control strategies suitable to bus transport systems. Our goal is to present a comprehensive review, emphasizing recent studies as well as works not addressed in previous reviews.
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Ibarra-Rojas, O.J., Delgado, F., Giesen, R., & Muñoz, J.C. (2015). Planning, operation, and control of bus transport systems: A literature review. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, Vol. 77, pp. 38–75.