WOULD ZONE FARES HELP TRANSIT KEEP ITS RIDERS

@inproceedings{Kennedy1954WOULDZF,
  title={WOULD ZONE FARES HELP TRANSIT KEEP ITS RIDERS},
  author={Norman Kennedy},
  year={1954}
}
The shift from transit to automobiles has not only intensified traffic congestion in cities, it has posed financial problems for the management of transit systems. Patronage has decreased and operating costs have increased. With each fare increase, patronage declines further but particularly during off-peak hours. The result if that transit is left with a smaller total number of riders but with a higher percentage of them being carried in the peak hours. The article reviews the American system… CONTINUE READING