Journal of Public Transportation – Vol. 5 No. 2 (2002)

Journal of Public TransportationVolume 5, No 2, 2002  of the Journal of Public Transportation is now available.   Click on the links below for the full text version of the article or obtain a full text version of this issue. 

Bus Rapid Transit: An Overview
Herbert S. Levinson, Transportation Consultant, Samuel Zimmerman and Jennifer Clinger, DMJM+Harris, C. Scott Rutherford, University of Washington

Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit Projects:An Overview
James T. Jarzab, Commuter Associates, James Lightbody and Eugene Maeda, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

Bus Rapid Transit: A Viable Alternative?
Steven E. Polzin and Michael R. Baltes, Center for Urban Transportation Research, National Bus Rapid Transit Institute, University of South Florida

Bus Semirapid Transit Mode Development and Evaluation
Vukan R. Vuchic, University of Pennsylvania

Applicability of BRT to Corridors
Graham N. Carey, Lane Transit District, Eugene, Oregon

Detection Range Setting Methodology for Signal Priority
Peter Koonce and John Ringert, Kittelson and Associates, Tom Urbanik, University of Tennessee, Willie Rotich and Bill Kloos, City of Portland

Door-to-Door Mobility:Evaluating a BRT Community Transport Concept
Matthew Pahs, Minnesota Department of Transportation, Mark Rohden, Tri-Met, David Hampsten, City of Portland, Oregon Department of Transportation, Seth Gallant, Paratransit Services, Robert L. Bertini, Portland State University

Ottawa and Brisbane:Comparing a Mature Busway System
Sean Rathwell and Stephen Schijns, McCormick Rankin Corp.

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