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An impact evaluation of Bus Rapid Transit on public transportation

@inproceedings{Barut2014AnIE,
  title={An impact evaluation of Bus Rapid Transit on public transportation},
  author={U. Barut},
  year={2014}
}
  • U. Barut
  • Published 18 December 2014
  • Business
Bus Rapid Transit has become popular in the last decade, especially in the urban areas with high density that face severe congestion. Bus Rapid Transit is designed to increase the overall public transportation ridership levels. But the users also consider it as an alternative to other public transport modes. In order to examine the impact of Bus Rapid Transit on other public transportation modes, the monthly ridership levels of Istanbul public transportation systems over the years are analyzed… 

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