Personal rapid transit: a selection of papers on a promising new mode of public transportation
Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota, 1972 - Personal rapid transit - 502 pages
Selected papers presented at the First National Conference on Personal Rapid Transit, Department of Conferences and Institutes, University of Minnesota November 1-3, 1971, Minneapolis Minnesota.
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The Success of the Auto Should be a Lesson to
An Incremental Evolutionary Development of Personal
The MultiStep Process of Selecting and Acquiring a PRT System
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acceleration Aerospace analysis associated assumed assumptions auto automobile average benefits braking cabstop Cabtrack capacity car handling command concept considered control system conventional curves deceleration demand density destination distance distribution economic effect emergency equation factors failed car failure fare function Gothenburg guideway headway impact improved increase intersection interval line speed linear motor loading maneuver maximum merge mile minimum modal split mode mode choice motor noise levels operating costs parameters passenger peak hour percent Personal Rapid Transit population population density possible problem propulsion PRT network PRT system PRT vehicle public transit quasi-synchronous rail reduce regenerative braking route safety scheduled sensor shown in Figure simulation slot spacing square mile station stop Strategy street switching track traction motor traffic transit system transportation system trip University of Minnesota urban transportation velocity vibration zones