A Qualitative Analysis of Bus Simulator Training on Transit Incidents - A Case Study in Florida
planning - safety/accidents, mode - bus, place - north america, organisation - workforce planning
Simulator, training, bus operator training
The purpose of this research was to track and observe three Florida public transit agencies as they incorporated and integrated computer-based transit bus simulators into their existing bus operator training programs. In addition to the three Florida case study agencies, four transit agencies outside Florida were contacted and interviewed on their experiences with the use of bus simulators in their operator training programs. The Research Team asked agencies to provide any relevant data they may have collected to track the performance of the simulator training to allow for a more robust discussion of safety improvements that may have resulted. The report also provides insight from the transit agencies’ perspectives on how their simulators are utiliz
Permission to publish the abstract has been given by NCTR, copyright remains with them.. Performing Organisation: National Center for Transit Research Center for Urban Transportation Research University of South Florida 4202 E Fowler Avenue, CUT 100, Tampa, FL 33620-5375
Reep, A., Staes, L., & Perk, V. (2013). A Qualitative Analysis of Bus Simulator Training on Transit Incidents- A Case Study in Florida. Report No. NCTR 77701/BDK85 977-07/U.S. DOT DTRS98-G-0032, 59 pp.