Translating research to practice: Implementing real-time control on high-frequency transit routes

@inproceedings{Berrebi2018TranslatingRT,
  title={Translating research to practice: Implementing real-time control on high-frequency transit routes},
  author={Simon J. Berrebi and Sean {\'O}g Crudden and Kari Watkins},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract On high-frequency routes, buses tend to bunch together, creating gaps in service and causing undue passenger waiting time. There are many approaches to solving the bus bunching problem in the literature but there lacks empirical analysis on practical implementation. In this study, a real-time holding method from the literature was implemented on three high-frequency transit routes, the Atlanta Streetcar and the Georgia Tech Red Route in Atlanta, GA, and the VIA Route 100 in San Antonio… CONTINUE READING
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