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Theuns Henning; Mohammed Dalil Essakali; Jung Eun Oh (2011)
Publisher: World Bank, Washington, DC
Types: Preprint
Subjects: TRIP DATA, TRANSPORT SYSTEM PERFORMANCE, ACCESSIBILITY, INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION, BUS FLEETS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE, TRANSPORT STRATEGY, QUALITY TRAVEL, RAIL ROUTE, WALKING DISTANCE, TRAVEL SPEED, EMISSION, TRIP, VEHICLE USE, PUBLIC TRANSPORT VEHICLES, TRIPS BY PUBLIC, TRAFFIC CONGESTION, INJURY, RAILWAY, PUBLIC TRANSPORT SHARE, BUS LANES, MOTORCYCLES, MODAL SHARE, URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS, URBAN TRANSPORT STRATEGIES, PUBLIC TRANSPORT CAPACITY, INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT, ROUTE, BUS ROUTE, TRAVEL DEMAND, PASSENGER TRANSPORT, PRIVATE VEHICLE TRAVEL, MOBILITY, LIGHT RAIL, PUBLIC TRANSPORT MODE, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH, BUS SPEEDS, TRUNK ROADS, TYPES OF VEHICLES, AUTOMOBILE, BUS FARE, MOBILITY OBJECTIVES, SAFETY DATA, LAND USE, TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE, PRIVATE VEHICLE, PEAK-HOUR, PUBLIC TRANSPORT POLICY, WORK TRIP, BUS FLEET, RING ROADS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT SECTOR, DOUBLE PARKING, URBAN TRANSPORT, DEMAND MANAGEMENT, TRANSPORTATION, URBAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT, TRIPS, AIR POLLUTION, OUTER RING ROADS, BUS, LAND USE PATTERNS, TAXIS, COMMUTING, TRAVEL DISTANCE, URBAN SPRAWL, WORK TRIPS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT USAGE, AVERAGE TRAVEL TIME, JOURNEY, MAIN TRANSPORT, INTERSECTIONS, AIRPORTS, TRIPS BY CAR, BUSES, CONVENTIONAL BUS, PEAK HOURS, ROAD CONDITIONS, TRANSPORT QUALITY, CAR USAGE, TRANSPORT STUDIES, PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS, VEHICLE FUEL CONSUMPTION, GREENHOUSE GAS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE QUALITY, PRIVATE OPERATORS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT PERFORMANCE, VEHICLE-KILOMETERS, METRO PASSENGERS, EMISSIONS, SURFACE TRANSPORT, TRAVEL PATTERNS, TRAFFIC LANES, RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT NETWORK, URBAN TRANSPORT SERVICES, FARE REVENUE, PUBLIC TRANSPORT TRIPS, GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION, MINIBUSES, TRANSPORT AGENCIES, PEAK HOUR, PUBLIC TRANSPORT PASSENGER, TRAINS, INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT, POPULATION DENSITY, TRANSPORT PLANNING, ROAD, AVERAGE JOURNEY TIME, COMMUTERS, TRAM, CAR TRIPS, TRANSPORT SECTOR, PASSENGERS, Urban Development - Transport in Urban Areas Roads and Highways Urban Transport Transport Economics Policy and Planning Rural Roads and Transport Rural Development Transport, CAR TRIP, GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS, ROADS, FLEET SIZE, URBAN TRANSPORT PLANNING, URBANIZATION, CAR TRAVEL, URBAN TRANSPORT POLICY, TRANSPORT EXPENDITURE, CARS, COST OF TRAVEL, TRANSPORT PROBLEMS, UNDERGROUND, TRAVEL TIME, BICYCLES, FATALITY RATES, DRIVERS, MODE OF TRANSPORT, PASSENGER KILOMETRE, SUBURBS, ACCIDENT RATES, URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE, AIR, BUS SERVICE, TRANSFER FACILITIES, ROAD ACCIDENT FATALITIES, FATALITY, ARTERIAL ROADS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT PATRONAGE, WEALTH, TRANSPORT STRATEGIES, FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, METRO SYSTEMS, TRANSPORT MODES, AUTOMOBILE OWNERSHIP, METRO USAGE, MODAL SPLIT, PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPERATORS, RING ROAD, TRANSIT SYSTEM, MODES OF TRANSPORT, PERSONAL TRIPS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT TRAVEL, AVERAGE NUMBER OF TRIPS, JOURNEYS, MAIN TRANSPORT MODE, VEHICLE KILOMETERS, BUS FARES, PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES, RAIL PLAN, URBAN TRANSPORT SECTOR, ROUTES, MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, PUBLIC TRANSIT, PASSENGER-KILOMETER, ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE, SPEEDS, VEHICLE OCCUPANCY, CLIMATE CHANGE, TRAFFIC, VEHICLE SPEED, URBAN TRANSPORT POLICIES, RAIL, FERRIES, ACCIDENTS, VEHICLE FUEL, PRIVATE VEHICLES, TRAVELERS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT AUTHORITY, PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM, PUBLIC TRANSPORT, BUS SERVICES, TRANSPORT RESEARCH, PRIVATE VEHICLE OWNERSHIP, RAIL PATRONAGE, TRANSPORT MARKET, BUS STOPS, PRIVATE CAR OWNERSHIP, TRANSPORT SUPPLY, ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORT, AVERAGE BUS FARE, VEHICLE CRASHES, QUALITY OF TRAVEL, ROAD SAFETY, TRAVEL MODE, FARES, PUBLIC TRANSPORT VEHICLE, OUTER RING ROAD, TRANSPORT SERVICE PROVISION, VEHICLE EMISSIONS, CAR, WALKING, TRANSPORT SERVICE PROVIDERS, IMPACT OF TRANSPORT, CAR USE, PUBLIC TRANSPORT MODES, SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT, BUS PATRONAGE, JOURNEY TIME, LAND TRANSPORT, PEDESTRIANS, URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEM, COST OF TRAVEL BY CAR, ROAD NETWORK, FATALITIES, DRAINAGE, PATRONAGE DATA, TRANSPORT PROFESSIONALS, TRANSPORT COMMUNITY
This report summarizes the findings of a study aimed at exploring key elements of a benchmarking framework for urban transport. Unlike many industries where benchmarking has proven to be successful and straightforward, the multitude of the actors and interactions involved in urban transport systems may make benchmarking a complex endeavor. It was therefore important to analyze what has been done so far, propose basic benchmarking elements and test them, and identify lessons for a simple and sustainable urban transport benchmarking framework. A major component of this study was to investigate (a) the availability of data for benchmarking and (b) the value of benchmarking on the basis of limited data. The study therefore proposes a benchmarking framework for urban transport, focusing on the performance of public transport. Because the design of a benchmarking framework depends on the objectives sought from it, the study focused on the performance of public transport systems from the policymaker s perspective. The study included pilot application of the proposed framework in five cities from three continents Beijing, Bucharest, Cape Town, Colombo, and Singapore. The pilot application and comparative analysis helped gauge applicability and practicality of the proposed framework.
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