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    transportation services so as to reduce traffic congestion and face the increased private cars ownership. Many systems have been proposed to improve the level of service of public transit. One of these systems is the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) which combines the exclusive right of way, speed and reliability of railways and the flexibility and cost saving of buses. A number of cities use road lanes that are fully dedicated to buses movements, which are known as bus-ways. Some other cities install “exclusive bus lanes” which could be one or more lanes that are used exclusively by buses. The main purpose of exclusive bus lanes is to isolate buses from road traffic congestion. 1.1 BACKGROUND Greater Cairo Region (GCR), as many regions in developing countries, has major traffic congestion…

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    This article relates to the topic because it discusses fare evasion and smart cards on Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). BRT is an enhanced bus service that offers reliable and quality service that improves travel times, service reliability, and ridership. The overall objective of BRT is to maximize transit through faster travel times than traditional fixed-route bus service. With high travel demands, there will always be fare evaders. Fare evasion usually happens during peak hours, but it can also…

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    that’s when the idea of elderly citizens should receive free bus rides. Elderly citizens should receive free bus rides because they need to save their money, if they don’t have cars they can be able to get around, and they won’t have to complain about getting hurt. This is why elderly people should receive free bus rides. “A recent report from a group called Transportation for America calculated that, by the year 2015, more than 15 million Americans above the age of 65 will have poor access to…

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    requirements, including number, cost, locations, and schedule of the route thirty-six Texas A&M bus along with the student tendencies of riding the busses, in order to find a more efficient and effective solution for the bus routes. Summary Mr. Travis Sutton, English professor at Texas A&M University, assigned students in Technical Business Writing to study possible solutions to a problem at ones workplace or school. As a student who relies on the busses everyday in order to get to and from…

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    different colors from the screens screaming right at you. There’s a quiet humming in the room: officials talking to transport officials, printers spewing out sets of time intervals and data for the upcoming month. Mass transit systems are often overlooked portion of today’s infrastructure. The Harris County METRO facility and what it’s employees do exemplifies what systems engineering is. The goal is to make models and analyze them to further better the METRO transportation process, including…

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    the geographic problems that reside in the cities that cause the divide in the poor and wealthy. A key component in the problems of geographic city infrastructure is the poor live right in the center of the city. When it comes to transportation the poor and the rich both rely on public transportation through buses, subways and by foot. The only problem is when a city has multiple methods of transits the poor live closer within the city so they may be able to gain entry to these transits. The…

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    in development decisions. For Example: When you go to a strip mall or a plaza that is an example of smart growth. Most people do not even realize that, that is smart growth. When you park your car at a store and you start walking to four other stores smart growth is in effect, you are saving gas for a starter, not polluting the air as much, and walking store to store, which is more convenient than driving from one store to the next. Moreover, the city has transit buses for those who do not have…

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    waterways, canals and pipelines and terminals like bus and railway stations, warehouses, airports and trucking terminals, refueling depots comprising fueling docks and fuel halts and sea ports. Terminals can be used for interchange of commuters and freight…

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    Case Study Of Curitiba

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    The master plan of 1960s had set broad goals. Implementation of these goals took place in small steps, sometimes on trial and error basis and in concern with the private and public interests. Ten private firms provide the buses, drivers, maintenance and capital. Through a city owned corporation, city provides route planning, roads, terminals scheduling, etc. The overall system is a partnership of public private interests. Curitiba’s successive improvements in transportation reduced travel times…

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    Royal city park The stop we choose to represent the purpose of entertainment and relaxing is behind the Royal city park, where is located at downtown Guelph and beside Eramosa river. The Royal city park is the major green space in downtown Guelph and contains riverfront trails. Moreover, it is a significant place that most families choose to gathering and having enjoy moment with their children. According to the official plan and zoning by law, it also mentions that the park behind commercial…

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