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Centrality and connectivity in public transport networks and their significance for transport sustainability in cities

@inproceedings{Scheurer2006CentralityAC,
  title={Centrality and connectivity in public transport networks and their significance for transport sustainability in cities},
  author={J. Scheurer and S. Porta},
  year={2006}
}
The promotion of public transport as a backbone of mobility in urban agglomerations, or at least as an alternative to the dominance of the automobile, has become a prominent policy focus in most large cities around the world. However, while some cities have been successful in shifting car journeys onto rail and buses, others are struggling despite considerable effort to make public transport more attractive. This paper provides a brief overview of success factors for public transport and then… Expand
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