Vehicle Selection for BRT: Issues and Options

@inproceedings{Zimmerman2004VehicleSF,
  title={Vehicle Selection for BRT: Issues and Options},
  author={Samuel L. Zimmerman and Herbert S. Levinson},
  year={2004}
}
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a flexible, high performance rapid transit mode that combines facilities, equipment, service and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) elements into a permanently integrated system with a quality image and unique identity. Vehicles are an extremely important component of BRT systems, because they not only contribute significantly to BRT's image and identity, but also play a strong role in achieving measurable performance success. Vehicle related planning and design… CONTINUE READING

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