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METHODS FOR MAINTAINING TRANSIT SERVICE REGULARITY
Maintaining regular transit service has been a chronic operational problem that affects both travelers and operators. Although many researcher have studied aspects of this problem, major limitationsExpand
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An analysis of the commuter departure time decision
Transportation planners and transit operators alike have become increasingly aware of the need to diffuse the concentration of peak period travel in an effort to improve gasoline economy and reduceExpand
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Watershed Modeling and its Applications: A State-of-the-Art Review
Advances in the understanding of physical, chemical, and biological processes influencing water quality, cou- pled with improvements in the collection and analysis of hydrologic data, provideExpand
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Operational Feasibility of Timed Transfer in Transit Systems
The concept of timed transfer, a scheduling procedure used in transit systems, is explained and examined. In particular, the feasibility of this procedure is evaluated using a simple two-route caseExpand
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TRANSIT SERVICE RELIABILITY
This report presents a comprehensive overview of the subject of transit service reliability and provides a framework for a program of demonstrations and research studies which could be carried outExpand
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OPTIMAL CONTROL OF HEADWAY VARIATION ON TRANSIT ROUTES
Headway control strategies have been proposed as methods for correcting transit service irregularities and thereby reducing passenger wait times at stops. This paper addresses a particular strategyExpand
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Research contributions to managing transit service reliability
Service reliability problems are a major concern shared by transit system users and operators. Unreliable service leads to additional vehicle requirements and higher operating costs; passengersExpand
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Operational Risk Management: A Case Study Approach to Effective Planning and Response
Preface. Chapter 1. Why Do Disasters Happen? Part One. Man-Made Accidents. Chapter 2. Hyatt Regency Walkway Collapse. Chapter 3. Nightmare in Bhopal. Chapter 4. Meltdown at Chernobyl. Chapter 5.Expand
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Development of a GIS-based spill management information system.
Spill Management Information System (SMIS) is a geographic information system (GIS)-based decision support system designed to effectively manage the risks associated with accidental or intentionalExpand
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INTERFACING GIS WITH WATER RESOURCE MODELS: A STATE‐OF‐THE‐ART REVIEW
: Two distinctive, independently developed technologies, geographic information systems (GIS) and predictive water resource models, are being interfaced with varying degrees of sophistication inExpand
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