Flexible transportation services

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Introduction

This is an article in progress

Flexible public transportation services is a general term describing a range of strategies typically utilized in bus transportation which may be more cost-effective, efficient, serve users more directly, or any combination of the above versus the standard fixed-route model for transit.

Flexible transportation strategies

  1. Route Deviation
  2. Point Deviation
  3. Demand-Responsive Connector