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Network planning for more effective public transport in New Zealand cities

  title={Network planning for more effective public transport in New Zealand cities},
  author={John Stone and Paul Mees and Muhammad Imran},
`Network planning' seeks to design cost-effective public transport services to provide a competitive alternative to the car and meet the growing demand for travel to multiple destinations across the city region. This approach has been successfully adopted in many cities around the world, across a range of sizes and degrees of dispersed suburban development. The key elements of the 'network planning' are: integration of all modes with easy transfers at locations across the city; a clear line… 

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