Model Approach to Quality Provision of Public Passenger Transport
AbstractModern approach to transportation system research is based on the system theory. System analysis is relevant. Constant transportation technique and technology devel-opment caused by the need of conformation to the new market conditions is the basis for such an approach. The model approach for resolving the problems of public pas-senger transport is provided in a scientific report. The model of quality of passenger transport comprises the submodels which define relevant measures for the provi-sion of passenger transport quality. The synthesis of sub-model for adoption of quality standards, submodel of pas-senger demands, submodel of operation safety and securi-ty and economic submodel construct the model of quality of public passenger transport (PPT). Its evaluation has been carried out using SWOT analysis. KEY WORDS: public passenger transport, traffic, lines, network, quality, mobility
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Krajnc R, Sever D. Model Approach to Quality Provision of Public Passenger Transport. Promet [Internet]. 2012Jan.27 [cited 2024Mar.5];22(1):65-4. Available from: https://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/165
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