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Module 1: Public Transport System

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Public Transportation
Public Transportation is a form of travel offered locally that enables more people to travel together along designated routes. Typical examples of types of public transportation include buses, trains, and trams.
The benefits of Public Transportation comprises Mobility, Environmental Monetary, Social and Safety.

Transit Line and Transit Network
Transit Line is the infrastructure and service provided on a fixed alignment by vehicles or trains operating on predetermined schedules.
Transit Network is a set of transit lines that connect with or cross each other in a coordinated way.

Right of Way
A Right of Way is an easement that allows another person to travel or pass through your land. There are public and private rights of way but neither affects ownership.
The most common form of public Right of Way is a road or path through your land in order to access a public area. A private right of way is to allow a neighbour to cut through your property to make his access easier.

Bus
The Bus is a large motor vehicle carrying passengers by road, typically one serving the public on a fixed route and for a fare. The types of buses used in urban transportation are Conventional Bus, Articulated Bus, Bi- Articulated Bus, Minibus, Double Deck Bus.

Bus Stop
A Bus Stop is a designated place where buses stop for passengers to get on and off the bus. The construction of Bus Stops tends to reflect the level of usage, where stops at busy locations may have shelters, seating, and possibly electronic passenger information systems.

Bus Service Planning Guidelines
Service Pattern
Service Levels
New Routes
Passenger Comfort and Safety
Performance Indicators of a Bus Transit
Operational Performance
Financial Performance
Quality of Service