Examines the net economic benefits associated with various strategies and practices for coordinating human service transportation and general public transit, provides quantitative estimates for these strategies and practices, and identifies innovative and promising coordination strategies and practices.services, the estimated annual costs would be such vehicles is 10 years, the annual capital cost savings to Mason ... The school/transit bus coordination project has allowed Mason Transit to purchase diesel and unleaded fuels through theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Economic Benefits of Coordinating Human Service Transportation and Transit Services|
|Author||:||Jon E. Burkhardt, David Koffman, Gail Murray|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 2003-01-01|