2 edition of Mass transit management: a handbook for small cities. found in the catalog.
Mass transit management: a handbook for small cities.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Institute for Urban Transportation.
in Bloomington, Ind
Written in English
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|Pagination||ix, 318 p.|
|Number of Pages||318|
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Get this from a library. Mass transit management: a handbook for small cities. [George M Smerk; Rosemary B Gerty; Indiana University, Bloomington. Institute for Urban Transportation,; United States.
Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Office of Planning, Management, and Demonstrations.; Technology Sharing Program (U.S.)]. Get this from a library. Mass transit management: a handbook for small cities. [George M Smerk; United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration.
University Research and Training Program.;]. The aim of Mass Transit Management: A Handbook for Small Cities is to provi de i nfonnation for the management of mass transit, particularly for samll-scale operations in smaller cities. A modern, systematic approach.
Abstract The aim of Mass Transit Management: A Handbook for Small Cities is to provide infonnation for the management of mass transit, particularly for samll-scale operations in smaller cities.
Mass transit management: a handbook for small cities / By George M. Smerk, Bloomington. Center for Transit Research and Management Development. Indiana University and United States. Mass transit management: a handbook for small cities / By Rosemary B.
Gerty, George M. Smerk, Bloomington. Institute for Urban Transportation. Institute for Urban Transportation. Indiana University and and Demonstrations. Management United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Management control -- 3. Operations -- v. The Office of Transit Safety and Oversight administers a national transit safety program and program compliance oversight process.
Infrastructure Investment FTA provides grants to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. mgt - handbook for a transportati on management review. (dot-i) mgt - mass transit management: a handbook for small cities: (2 set,(part i-4)) third edition (dot-t) mgt - private sector contracting workshop manual for rural and small urban public transportation providers.
Mass transit system refers to public shared transportation, such as trains, buses, ferries etc that can commute a larger number of passengers from origin to destination on a no-reserved basis and in lesser time. It can also be termed as Public Transport. Rapid transit is an important form of mass transit such as subways and surface light rail systems, designed for.
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County boards of supervisors and county legislatures devel- Long Island are concerned with beach erosion and mass transit, those of. Action is needed to move to a low-carbon future and hold the increase in the global average temperature to well below two degrees above the pre-industrial levels.
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State Urban Mass Transit Operating Assistance. Assists transit systems with operating costs. The Office of Planning and Research recognized that for rural areas without mass transit, 15% reduction goals may be difficult.
The City of Fresno adopted a 13% reduction and other smaller cities may be able to adopt reasonable thresholds, said Jerome Keene, senior planner at QK, Inc.