Best practices for planning: setting the stage for quality schedules and operations even after COVID-19
Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, transit agencies were forced to quickly change their planning, from routes to timetables and blocking. Yet many thorny questions remained unanswered...
Rotas (Rosters) Can Get Complex. Here’s How to Simplify Them.
You already know that using rotating rotas (or rosters) is an effective way to be fair and equitable to drivers, since drivers rotate through each roster line and each have the same workweeks at different times. Plus it’s easier to assign duties to drivers when multiple drivers can be slotted in. But what happens when complexities creep in?
Is Electric Bus adoption only about finance and engineering? What about software?
In Europe, in spite of COVID-19, electrification of bus fleets is still continuing. We must continue to drive cleaner air and energy adoption. Experts, however, focus on the physical vehicle and infrastructure and the actual day-to-day operation is forgotten. Since scheduling EVs is complex, the use of software should be taken into account.
Efficiency in public transport – how can it be measured and does it matter at all post COVID-19?
We will discuss efficiency as well as whether it is of importance post COVID-19 with its reduced ridership and, in some cases, service.
COVID-19 Exit Strategies: How to Ramp Up Public Transportation After Lockdown
This webinar will discuss how the new reality will play out in scheduling and planning public transportation and provide some detailed examples of such scenarios.
A practical look at scheduling for efficiency and performance
In this webinar we will take a closer look at scheduling practices and how they can improve efficiency, driver satisfaction and on-time performance
All articles loaded
No more articles to load