Data driven improvements in public transport: the Dutch example

  title={Data driven improvements in public transport: the Dutch example},
  author={Niels van Oort and Daniel Sparing and Ties Brands and Rob M. P. Goverde},
  journal={Public Transport},
Due to reduced budgets, higher political expectations and increasing competition between operators, there is growing pressure on public transport companies and authorities to improve their operational efficiency. It is thus of utter importance for them to be able to identify inefficiencies, bottlenecks and potentials in their public transport service. Recorded operational data, which has quickly become more widespread in the last decade, aids greatly in this process and enables operators and… CONTINUE READING
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