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Service Reliability Vs Service Efficiency

Service Reliability Vs Service Efficiency

Transport Toolkit recently created a poll on LinkedIn to gauge the thoughts of transport planners on how they prioritised service reliability versus customer outcomes where efficiency opportunities are possible. The scenario we posted was: Schedulers often have a choice to reduce run times to get a trip link that saves a peak bus but cause some...

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The top 9 elements of a successful event transport plan

The top 9 elements of a successful event transport plan

Transport is a critical event planning activity, and one you need to get right. In our experience, event organisers play a limited role in the planning, organising, and funding of transport services. Event transport often falls to the relevant transport agency to plan and fund additional services required to get customers to and from the event safe...

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Rail Replacement bus timetables – balancing customer outcomes and service efficiency

Rail Replacement bus timetables – balancing customer outcomes and service efficiency

The need for buses to replace train services is a necessary evil when running a public transport network. Train assets require maintenance and to undertake such work, train services are usually suspended, and rail replacement buses are deployed to keep people moving. First and foremost, there are significant inherent differences between a bus an...

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The secret to creating reliable bus running times

The secret to creating reliable bus running times

Accurate running times are essential to achieving reliable bus timetables. This statement is very obvious, but how do you determine the most appropriate running times? There are various methods that can be used to create and verify running times having evolved significantly over the last 10 years with the creation of vehicle tracking and reporting....

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