Paratransit Transport in Indonesia: Characteristics and User Perceptions

@article{Joewono2015ParatransitTI,
  title={Paratransit Transport in Indonesia: Characteristics and User Perceptions},
  author={Tri Basuki Joewono and Djoen San Santoso and Yusak Octavius Susilo},
  journal={Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={11},
  pages={1346-1361}
}
Paratransit, well known as Angkutan Kota (Angkot) in Indonesia, has been a major public transport mode in most developing countries. This mode offers public a frequent and flexible service, regulated via a micro cooperation, and operated freely by individuals. The study aims to elaborate the characteristics and user perceptions on the service attributes of Angkot. Data was collected from three Indonesian major metropolitan areas: Bandung, Jakarta, and Yogyakarta. Results show that Angkot has a… 

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