Tag: G. Scott Rutherford

Attitudes of Bus Operators Towards Real-Time Transit Information Tools

Abstract Although it is apparent that providing useful information has a positive effect on transit riders, no studies to date have investigated bus operators’ reactions to real-time arrival information and other potential rider information tools. In this study, the project

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Where Is My Bus?

Abstract: In order to attract more choice riders, transit service must not only have a high level of service in terms of frequency and travel time but also must be reliable. Although transit agencies continuously work to improve on-time performance,

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Explore: An Attraction Search Tool for Transit Trip Planning

Abstract: Publishing information about a transit agency’s stops, routes, schedules, and status in a variety of formats and delivery methods is an essential part of improving the usability of a transit system and the satisfaction of a system’s riders. A

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