Urban Public Transport

@article{McLeod2017UrbanPT,
  title={Urban Public Transport},
  author={Sam McLeod and Jan Scheurer and Carey Curtis},
  journal={Journal of Planning Literature},
  year={2017},
  volume={32},
  pages={223 - 239}
}
This article reviews the literature on current “best practice” principles for planning public transport (PT) networks within the context of planners seeking to transition their cities toward sustainable mobility. An overview is provided of the history of ideas about network development. The emerging frontiers for multimodal, demand-responsive PT and the potential implications of new transport technology on traditional PT are discussed. The future role of transit-oriented development within PT… 

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