Supplemental Analysis of National Survey on Contracting Transit Services
Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, 2002 - Bus lines - 35 pages
"This digest summarizes the findings from TCRP Project J-6/Task 39, "Supplemental analysis of national survey on contracting transit services." The information contained herein supplements that contained in "TRB Special Report 258: Contracting for bus and demand-responsive transit services." This work was performed by Dan Boyle and Associates. Daniel Boyle served as the principal investigator."
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agen agencies contract agencies report fully agencies with fully benefits/problems of contracting bus and demand bus and demand-responsive Bus Large DRT Bus Small DRT Bus=fixed-route bus change in number Contract/bid disputes contracting Correlation contracting experience contracting for fixed-route contracts where agencies Correlation is significant Correlation with Willingness customer service demand-responsive DRT demand-responsive service contracts demands on staff DRT=demand-responsive effects of contracting Figure fixed-route bus Bus fixed-route bus contracts fixed-route bus service fully met expectations high Very high highly correlated Large Bus Large level 2-tailed Low Low Low negative effects number of bidders Pearson Correlation Coefficient penalties and incentives Percentage of agencies Percentage of contracts positive effect reasons for contracting Replace directly operated service Correlation service Low Low service quality service type Small Bus Small Small DRT Medium small systems Special Report 258 survey Table Taxicab tract transit agencies transit service contracting transit systems type of contractor willingness to contract