Bus Transit Service in Land Development Planning

Determining what bus lines to reroute or how to design a new route to serve the development is very difficult without ... This is probably typical for many transit agencies and points to a major problem for serving new developments.

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Publisher: Transportation Research Board

ISBN: 0309097738

Category: Bus lines

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Mass Transit Issues Related to Fiscal Year 1995 Appropriations

Statement of Barry T. Hill, Associate Director, Transportation Issues, Resources, Community, and Economic Development Division, Before the Subcommittee on Transportation, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives Barry T.

Author: Barry T. Hill

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Category: Local transit

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Federal Register

a $ a DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION regarding this notice will be posted on infrastructure . ... Demonstration . a number of institutional issues development , implementation and ELIGIBILITY : Only public transit agencies evaluation ) by ...

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Category: Administrative law

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China s Urban Transport Development Strategy

Wang Jinxia , Zhang Kuifu and Qiao Junshan provided an overview of public transit development in China , and reported on the recent ... and there is a large body of international experience in dealing with the underlying issues .

Author: Stephen Stares

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 9780821338414

Category: Transportation

Page: 503

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World Bank Discussion Paper No. 352. Presents the proceedings of the China Urban Transport Symposium, held in Beijing, November 9-11, 1995, jointly sponsored by China's Ministry of Construction and Ministry of Finance, the People's Bank of China, the World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank. The symposium addressed a wide range of topics, including motor vehicle pollution, urban transport management and planning, bicycles in cities, mass rapid transit, public transit reform, and the role of the private sector.

Demonstration Cities Housing and Urban Development and Urban Mass Transit

CENTRAL CITY , NEW COMMUNITIES Perhaps the single most critical issue is the relationship between central city ... its transportation system , its open space and land development patterns , and the full range of its market systems .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking and Currency. Subcommittee on Housing

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Category: City planning and redevelopment law

Page: 2594

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Issues in National and Local Capital Development

Task Force on Capital Resources and Development. enormous benefits that would flow to public transit as a result of the enactment of that legislation . I hope he recognizes that the achievement of his objective depends on the defeat of ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Budget. Task Force on Capital Resources and Development

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Category: Budget

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Transport Development in Asian Megacities

This makes the issue of land acquisition for transport infrastructure politically very sensitive. ... Lower public transit ridership is a problem in the west, whereas overcrowding in public transport vehicles is the problem in Asian ...

Author: Shigeru Morichi

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642297439

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 276

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The rapid growth of the Asian urban population concentrates on a few large cities, turning them into giant megacities. Despite new theoretical insights into the benefits of megacities, the emerging Asia is facing a daunting challenge concerning the management of infrastructure and services in their megacities. The deteriorating urban mobility is the most difficult challenge with respect to the sharp increase in vehicle numbers and to inadequate and poorly managed road infrastructure. Public transport, a sustainable mode of mobility, is subjected to a vicious cycle of poor service, decreasing ridership and lower investment. Despite various policy initiatives, the situation has not improved. The scale and growth pattern of Asian megacities have distinctive features which generate a unique set of challenges and opportunities. New perspectives are needed to effectively address the transportation problems making the best use of available opportunities. This book, which is a result of an international collaborative research, addresses these challenges by providing insightful analysis and novel viewpoints.

Transit Development Program Update for the City of Stevens Point 1984 1988

Other primary functions include route development , coordination of the safety program , coordination of vehicle ... the manager should be responsible for advising the mayor and common council on public transit issues and needs .

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Category: Local transit

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Development of a Transportation and Land Use Public Policy Education Program for Iowa

Early public transportation funds supported dispersed development with the assumption that ample funds would be available to tend to public transportation issues later. Of course, transit funding sufficient to make up for auto-friendly ...

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Category: Land use

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This literature review serves as a foundation for a transportation and land use public policy education program for Iowa. The objective of the review is to summarize relevant research findings, to review the state of practice and policies of other state and local governments, and to explore land use trends both within the state of Iowa and the nation as a whole. Much of what we learned has been incorporated into the course materials. Because we expect to identify more useful sources throughout the project, this literature review should be considered a work in progress.

Transportation Alternatives for Economic Development in Wisconsin

CHAPTER 3 : TRANSPORTATION NEEDS AND DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ISSUE : Labor Market Mobility and Public Transit ISSUE : Transportation Economic Assistance ( TEA ) Program 27 29 30 31 31 CHAPTER 4 : ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ...

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Category: Agriculture

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