Guidebook for Evaluating, Selecting, and Implementing Suburban Transit Services
place - urban, place - low density
handbooks, land use, public transit, suburbs, transit services
This report examines the current status of suburban transit services and land-use environments and the relationship between the two. Types of suburban transit services include commuter, route deviation, demand response, circulators, shuttles, and vanpools. Also, the guidebook describes the emerging trends that significantly influence the availability and operation of suburban transit services. This report updates information presented in TCRP Report 55, "Guidelines for Enhancing Suburban Mobility Using Public Transportation," and presents the latest research results and issues related to suburban transit services. This information will be useful to transit professionals and policy makers in planning and implementing suburban transit services.
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Urbitran Associates, Incorporated. (2007). Guidebook for Evaluating, Selecting, and Implementing Suburban Transit Services. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 116, published by Transportation Research Board, Washington.