Part-time labor, work rules, and transit costs: final report
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HISTORICAL TRENDS IN DEFICITS AND PRODUCTIVITY
Improving Transit Productivity
CHANGES IN SPREAD RULES
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13 hours maximum absences absenteeism Appendix base wage biddable trippers Bryan Green buses compensating increase Cont'd cost increase decrease driver pay hours effect extraboard drivers fringe benefits full-time drivers garage hence hours maximum spread hours of spread increase in base labor cost low fares means 13 hours number of operators number of trippers off-peak operating costs operators 20 operators CITY operators PT overall paratransit part-time drivers part-time labor part-time operators pay after 12 Peak period peak-hour service peak/base ratio platform hours premium pay produce reduction in driver regular drivers regular runs restrictions revenues RUCUS rule changes run cuts savings from part-time Service Profile service schedule sick sick-day split runs spread penalty spread premium spread rules Table E-3 time-and-a-half transit deficits transit demand transit districts transit property transit service transit systems Transport Canada trend unpairable trippers wage increase weekday XX XX XXXX xxxxx XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX