Passenger Counting Technologies and Procedures
Summarizes information from selected transit agencies about benefits and problems associated with each passenger counting technology, as reported by current users. It also presents advice for agencies considering each technology.
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CHAPTER TWO WHY COLLECT RIDERSHIP DATA?
CHAPTER FOUR PROCESSING AND REPORTING
AC Transit accuracy agencies reported analysis APC data APC equipment APC system APC units automated AVL system benefits boardings and alightings chapter Chicago Transit Authority collect ridership data cost count passengers count ridership data input database Department of Transportation developed electronic registering fareboxes ensure ERF data fare Federal Transit Administration hand-held units Harris County Houston Metro implementation Lane Transit District laptops maintenance manual data collection manual passenger counting manual techniques Median National Academy OC Transpo passenger counting program passenger counting technologies percent personnel Pierce Transit planning and scheduling problems purposes require responsibility riders ridership counts ridership data collection route segment route-level SCAT schedule adherence senger senior management service changes service planning signposts smart cards stop-level summarized survey synthesis system-level technologies and procedures technology providers tion traffic checkers transit agencies transit industry Transportation Research Board Tri-Met trip level TTDC users Ventura County Washington Winnipeg Transit