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DEVELOPING A COST MODEL FOR PRIVATELY CONTRACTED COMMUTER BUS SERVICE

@inproceedings{Rooney1986DEVELOPINGAC,
  title={DEVELOPING A COST MODEL FOR PRIVATELY CONTRACTED COMMUTER BUS SERVICE},
  author={S. Rooney and R. Teal},
  year={1986}
}
Provision of public transportation services by the private sector is often cited as a strategy for reducing transit costs and required subsidies. Attempts to compare public agency and private contractor service costs for transit operations of a significant size are complicated, however, by the small number of comparable services now being provided and by the difficulty of comparing estimates of public and private costs when only a portion of the service delivery system is being contracted. An… Expand

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