• In Your Opinion, Public Transport Should Be Upgraded to Improve Their Facilities or Not?
    Public transport network in the country include bus transportation, taxi, Light Train Transit System (LRT), komuter (KTM) and monorail. It's already a lot of effort to integrate all these services, but its success still further. Thus, the various crisis that hit the country's public transport system
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  • Perceived Service Quality of Public Transport
    AB213: RESEARCH METHODS Nanyang Technological University | Nanyang Business School | | A Research OnPerceived Service Quality of Public Transport(PART I) | Prepared For:Dr. Sunanda SangwanPrepared By:Ng Choon Heong 081296K05Ng Shi Hui 081047L05Yojit N Govindani 081479G0
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  • People Entering the City Should Use Public Transport
    PEOPLE ENTERING THE CITY SHOULD USE PUBLIC TRANSPORT 1. INTRODUCTION Public transport also known as public transit or mass transit is a shared passenger  transportation service which is available for use by the general public. Public transport  include buses, trains, 'rapid transit
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  • People Should Be Encouraged to Use Public Transport Due to the Ever Increasing Traffic Congestion on Our Roads and Pollution Caused by Motor Vehicles. How Far Do You Agree with the Following Statement?
    People should be encouraged to use public transport due to the ever increasing traffic congestion on our roads and pollution caused by motor vehicles. How far do you agree with the following statement? People often say the earth is getting sick because of natural environmental problem. I think the
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  • Public Transport Demand Model – a Study on Public Bus of Dhakacity
    ABSTRACT Public transport demand model is a fundamental research to plan the transport system for any city. This research aims to develop a model based on SATURN software which is well known as transportation software and able to depict the real scenario. With the assistance of the software a deman
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  • Invest in Public Transport
    In the modern life, the number of transport has been increasing quickly is an important to cause to lead that transport pollution has been becoming serious. And it can bring many unpredictable impacts to humankind and ecosystem. So, many people think that if the governments want to less transport, t
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  • Free Public Transport for Everybody. You Are for or Against This Matter, and Why?
    Our country,Malaysia is a well develop country. That goes for public transport too. It also well develop. There always have some issue that should we having a free public transport.This issue already exist for some time.Resident of Malaysia always question about this issue.Some of them hoping that
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  • Minibus Taxis as Part of a Sustainable Public Transport System in South Africa
    Minibus taxis as part of a sustainable public transport system in South Africa J. E. VAN ZYL University of Stellenbosch, Private Bag X1, Civil Engineering, Matieland, 7602 jvanzyl@sun.ac.za 1. INTRODUCTION The minibus taxi industry in South Africa is currently carrying 65% of the country’s p
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  • Public Transport Reform in Indonesia, a Case Study in the City of Yogyakarta
    World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 28 2007 Public Transport Reform in Indonesia, A Case Study in the City of Yogyakarta Ahmad Munawar a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. an overall lack of capacity, lack of quality and choice, severe traffic congestion, usurpation of bus stops by hawke
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  • Advantages of Public Transport
    Public transport can be defined as a system of vehicles such as buses and trains which operate at regular times on fixed routes and are used by the public . In Malaysia , the number of vehicle on the road has been increased in every year . It shows that the public now is affordable to have at least
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Public Transport
    Nowadays, many kinds of public transport can be seen on the road, even though people drive their own car. It is usually on time and economical. Firstly, one of the advantages is that using public transport is very economical. Taking buses and trains is cheaper than using private cars. If people ha
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  • The Role of Bus Rapid Transit in Improving Public Transport Level of Service
    Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment Centre for Transport Studies Masters’ Thesis THE ROLE OF BUS RAPID TRANSIT IN IMPROVING PUBLIC TRANSPORT LEVELS OF SERVICE, PARTICULARLY FOR THE URBAN POOR USERS OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT A case of Cape Town, South Africa Due Date: May 2011 Prepared by:
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  • Traffic Flow and Public Transport in North Cyprus (Lefkosa) Alternative Planning
    Traffic flow and public transport in North Cyprus (Lefkosa) alternative Planning Mohammad ALASEER ABSTRACT Nowadays one of the most issue affect our daily life, load on Economic, and the negative effects on Environment is Traffic flow and their way of been plan, they way of our public transpor
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  • Public Transport and Car Travelling
    Journal of Bangladesh Institute of Planners Vol. 2, December 2009, pp. 71-77, © Bangladesh Institute of Planners ISSN 2075-9363 Paradox between Public Transport and Private Car as a Modal Choice in Policy Formulation A. H. M. Mehbub Anwar* Abstract This paper presents the stance towards mod
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  • Public Transport
    Public transport can be define as a system of vehicles such as buses and trains, which operate at regular times on fixed routes and are used by the public. In Malaysia, the number of vehicle on the road has been increase in every year. It shows that the public now is affordable to have at least a m
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  • Public Transport Infrastructure
    What are your views on the development of public transport infrastructure in enhancing the future economic growth and development of the 2 countries? This issue shall be discussed together in context of 2 case studies, China (Article A) and Malaysia (Article B). Economic growth and development of
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  • Crises of Public Transport
    The Crisis of Public Transport In India: Overwhelming Needs But Limited Resources Abstract The rapid growth of India’s urban population has put enormous strains on all transport systems. The travel demand far exceeds the limited supply of transport infrastructure and services. Public trans
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  • Should All Public Transport Be Free and Paid for by the State
    Should all public transport be free and paid for by the state? | [Edit]Background and Context of Debate:Some governments have considered paying for public transport out of taxpayers' money, making it free. This would take cars, along with congestion, off our roads, and help the environment, so m
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  • Public Transport Fare Hike Equals to Better Service?
    Today I’m going to talk about the reality of public transportations in our country. The Government has approved the increase of 30% more in public transportation’s fares in 2009. It is said that this is because the operators have long complained about not being able to meet their high operating
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  • Australia's Diminishing Oil Supply and Public Transport - Short Opinion Essay
    With the current oil consumption rates in Australia, it is estimated that we will use up the last of our supply, by around the year 2025. Many people believe that that the major concern is the coming lack of fuel for vehicles, but in reality this problem will have a much bigger effect on our country
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