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URBAN PASSENGER TRANSPORT MODES
VEHICLE CHARACTERISTICS AND MOTION
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acceleration areas articulated articulated buses auto automated axles basic braking bus lanes buses busways carpools cars characteristics comfort computed construction Courtesy curves diagram diesel distance driver dynamic braking electric energy consumption facilities factors fare Figure freeway funiculars guideway headways higher highway horsecar increase jitneys km/h length Lindenwold line capacity locations lower LRT vehicles major motor moving sidewalks Munich S-Bahn operating costs operating speed paratransit passenger volumes pedestrian performance propulsion R/W category rail modes rail vehicles rapid transit regime regional rail regular transit reliability require resistors routes RRT systems rubber-tired safety seats sections shown in Fig signal spaces sps/h station stop streetcars switch taxi track traction tractive effort traffic trains tramway transit line transit modes transit service transit systems transit vehicles trips trolleybuses tunnels typical U.S. cities UITP unit urban transportation usually utilization vanpools vehicle capacity West Germany wheels width