Providing high quality public transport has long been seen as a pro-active means of addressing challenges for European cities such as traffic congestion costs, traffic in cities, pollution-related deaths, rising costs of fuel and our unsustainable dependence on cars. However, Public Transport service planners and operators face a range of practical, financial, operational and social challenges in developing services. This course will focus on existing short range public transport planning practice and methods for improving it.
This two-day course is a practical guide to operations planning, improved scheduling, market forecasting and economic appraisal methods for the development of bus and tram services.
· Planners and managers in the transport industry
· National, regional and local government
Standard fee: £515+VAT
Local Authority/Charity/CILT/TPS/CIHT/TPS Member Fee: £399+VAT
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