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Does this transit look normal to you?

Watch the four conference presentations and read the papers from my research programme into empirically-driven customer-centric reliable and efficient public transport through reducing running time and running time variability.

2018 – Better service through runtime saving

Hounsell, M. (2018). Better service through runtime savings – Inner West Light Rail case study Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF), Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. https://atrf.info/papers/2018/files/ATRF2018_paper_61.pdf

Papers, Presentation, and Figures on Research Gate

2018 – Implications of running time variability

Hounsell, M. (2018). Implications of running time variability for passengers and operators – a case study using Bondi’s 333 buses Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF), Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. https://atrf.info/papers/2018/files/ATRF2018_paper_60.pdf

Papers, Presentation, and Figures on Research Gate

2022 – Maintaining political legitimacy by achieving reliability

Hounsell, M. (2022). An examination of an approach to assist transit in maintain political legitimacy by achieving reliability for passengers and efficiency for the public Australasian Transport Research Forum, Adelaide, South Australia.

Papers, Presentation, and Figures on Research Gate (TBA)

2021 – Case Study: Standard deviation as a reliability measure

Hounsell, M. (2022). Case Study: Standard deviation as a reliability measure for public transport managed by headways Australasian Transport Research Forum, Adelaide, South Australia.

Papers, Presentation, and Figures on Research Gate (TBA)