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*Internal strategies
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  Appropriate size infrastructure
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***Appropriate size infrastructure
  Cost effective vehicle purchases
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***Cost effective vehicle purchases
  Streetcar alternatives
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***Streetcar alternatives
  Value-capture finance
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***Value-capture finance
[−] Operations planning‎ (3)
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**Operations planning‎
[−] Improve user experience‎ (1)
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***Improve user experience‎
  Real-time information
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****Real-time information
[×] Increase vehicle speeds‎ (0)
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***Increase vehicle speeds‎  
[−] Reduce dwell time‎ (4)
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***Reduce dwell time‎  
  Automated fare media
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****Automated fare media
  Low-floor bus
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****Low-floor bus
  Multi-door boarding
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****Multi-door boarding
 
   Off-vehicle fare payment
 
   Off-vehicle fare payment
 
[−] Transit system management‎ (3)
 
[−] Transit system management‎ (3)

Revision as of 00:28, 14 February 2012

Welcome to the UCLA Transit Wiki.

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We'll be developing this resource for California's transit agencies over the next few months. Please work on converting outline the to Wiki form.

The site is based on the same system as Wikipedia. They have extensive tutorials[1] on how to edit Wiki pages.

Getting started


Site tree

  • Internal strategies
    • Capital planning and project delivery‎
      • Appropriate size infrastructure
      • Cost effective vehicle purchases
      • Streetcar alternatives
      • Value-capture finance
    • Operations planning‎
      • Improve user experience‎
        • Real-time information
      • Increase vehicle speeds‎
      • Reduce dwell time‎
        • Automated fare media
        • Low-floor bus
        • Multi-door boarding
 Off-vehicle fare payment

[−] Transit system management‎ (3) [−] New service models‎ (2)

 California Vanpool Authority
 Other models
 Fare reform
 Labor productivity

[−] External strategies‎ (4) [−] Coordination between agencies‎ (1)

 Automated fare media

[×] Coordination with land use‎ (0) [−] Coordination with other modes‎ (2)

 Bicycle connections
 Pedestrian connections

[−] Coordination with private sector‎ (1)

 Public private partnerships

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