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== Getting started for Users ==
 
== Getting started for Users ==
 
The site has two navigation options: a hierarchical category tree and a web of links between articles
 
The site has two navigation options: a hierarchical category tree and a web of links between articles
* Hierarchical browsing - each one of these "categories" contains several sub-categories and articles
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* Hierarchical browsing by category:
** Take a look at [[:Category:Internal strategies]] to browse factors within the control of agencies
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** [[:Category:Capital planning and project delivery]] - cost-effective strategies for major investments
** See [[:Category:External strategies]] to browse factors which require significant coordination with external agencies and actors
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** [[:Category:Operations planning]] - strategies to improve operating performance
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** [[:Category:Transit system management] - managerial strategies affecting transit agencies, including fare restructuring and outsourcing.
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** [[:Category:Coordination]] - measures which require significant coordination with external agencies and actors
 
* Try web-style navigation by starting at one of the '''featured articles'''
 
* Try web-style navigation by starting at one of the '''featured articles'''
 
** [[Fare reform]]
 
** [[Fare reform]]
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** [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Public_transport Public Transport resources on Wikipedia]
 
** [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Public_transport Public Transport resources on Wikipedia]
 
** [http://streetswiki.wikispaces.com/ Streetswiki] for pedestrian & bike strategies.
 
** [http://streetswiki.wikispaces.com/ Streetswiki] for pedestrian & bike strategies.
 
 
  
 
== Updates for Authors ==
 
== Updates for Authors ==

Revision as of 21:31, 4 April 2012

Welcome to the UCLA Transit Wiki.

San Diego Metropolitan Transit System Trolley

We'll be developing this resource for California's transit agencies over the next few months.

This tool will help facilitate the identification of cost-effective strategies that are appropriate to an agency, and connect agency staff with the additional information they need to explore and implement the strategy.

This work by UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies is funded by the Caltrans Division of Mass Transportation's Statewide Transit Strategic Plan project.

Getting started for Users

The site has two navigation options: a hierarchical category tree and a web of links between articles

Updates for Authors

Help with the Wiki

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