Urban Transit Scheduling: Framework, Review and Examples

@inproceedings{Ceder2002UrbanTS,
  title={Urban Transit Scheduling: Framework, Review and Examples},
  author={Avishai Ceder},
  year={2002}
}
A transit operational planning process includes four basic components performed usually in sequence: (1) network route design; (2) setting timetables; (3) scheduling vehicles to trips; and (4) assignment of drivers. This planning process is extremely cumbersome and complex and often creates confusion in its interrelationships among researchers and practitioners. The purpose of this work is to construct a framework and to provide an overview and examples of certain practical methodologies aimed… CONTINUE READING

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