Computer-aided transit scheduling: proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Computer-aided Scheduling of Public Transport held in Montréal, Canada, August 19-23 1990

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Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
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This book describes both the latest research on transit vehicle and crew scheduling and the application of the methods by the transit industry. It also contains several papers on the use of technology and data collection methods for transit scheduling and planning. It has a section on the data base required for transit operation and planning and discusses the interrelation between scheduling and planning. This book is of interest to all researchers active in the area of transit operation and planning, as well as professionals active in the transit industry.

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Status updates on scheduling packages
Problems and experiences from transit
Experience of using the same computerised scheduling system under three different

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