Improving Transit Security
Jerome A. Needle, Transit Cooperative Research Program, National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board
Transportation Research Board, 1997 - Bus lines - 35 pages
Examines the nature and extent of transit crime, effective strategies to combat problem situations, and case studies of specific control practices deemed successful by transit agency professionals (with no distinctions drawn between bus and rail modes) are discussed.
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