by School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles in Los Angeles, CA .
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert B. Cervero ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Cervero, Robert B|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
This paper assesses the efficiency and equity impacts of three California transit agencies' fare structures. Short-distance, off-peak patrons are found to heavily cross-subsidize long-haul commuters. Fares differentiated by distance and time-of-day, in contrast, could improve the transit industry's fiscal posture while eliminating differences in payment Cited by: Efficiency and equity implications of alternative transit fare policies / prepared by School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles ; prepared for U.S. Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration, University Research and Training Program and Office of the Secretary technology sharing program. empirically model the impact of alternative fare structure options Developments in transit fare policy reform Efficiency and equity implications of transit fare policies UMI Brown, M.: Public Transit Fare and Subsidy Policy in Greater Vancouver, – Efficiency and Equity Implications. School of Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia, Vancouver () Google ScholarCited by:
This report provides a review of fare policy best practices worldwide with a view to identifying opportunities and chal-lenges for the Metro Vancouver Region. The report addresses the City of Vancouver’s Greenest City goals and will help to inform Vancouver’s participation in TransLink’s ongoing Fare Review. Transit Fare Policy –File Size: 1MB. Ensuring Equity in Service and Fare Changes. The Federal Transit Administration's Office of Civil Rights works with transit providers to ensure that the impacts of service and fare changes are not discriminatory and are distributed equitably to minority and low-income on: New Jersey Avenue, SE. This report provides a review of fare policy best practices worldwide with a view to identifying opportunities and chal-lenges for the Metro Vancouver Region. The report addresses the City of Vancouver’s Greenest City goals and will help to inform Vancouver’s participation in TransLink’s ongoing Fare Review. Transit Fare Policy –. Transportation Cost and Benefit Analysis: Techniques, Estimates and Implications Policy and pricing reforms are justified on economic efficiency and equity grounds. such as transit fare Author: Todd Litman.
Measuring Transport Equity provides a range of methods with the potential to shape transport decision-making processes, thus allowing for the adoption of more equitable transport solutions. Presenting numerous applied methods and applications of transport equity assessment, this book formalizes the disciplinary practice, definitions, and. AC Transit put forth five alternative fare proposals for public discussion. The proposed fare A few studies have looked at the equity of transit fare policies per se. A paper by Cervero, articulated the need to be cognizant of the equity implications of fare change policies. Fare collection and Fare policy alexis perrotta, columbia university TransiT LeadershiP summiT research papers The Transit Leadership Summit brings together public-transportation chief executives for three gatherings in , and to discuss common challenges and share solutions in an intimate, closed-door Size: KB. This report provides practical guidance for evaluating transportation equity. It defines various types of equity and equity impacts, and describes practical ways to incorporate equity evaluation and objectives in transport planning. Originally published as Todd Litman (), “Evaluating Transportation Equity,” World Transport Policy & PracticeFile Size: 1MB.