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Public Transport

For centuries, transport become the necessity for human beings to commute from one place to another. As an example, from simply walking followed by using animals as their transportation to the moment when vehicles were created clearly shows that transportation has massively evolved. Although both Brunei and Singapore have the same medium of transportation, still a huge difference can be spotted between them both. According to The Brunei Times (2013) “Citing statistics, the Ministry of Communications...

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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 motorcycle as their daily transport rather than use the public transport. The public should not use the public transport because the risk of being the criminal victim will increase the people need to wait...

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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 a motorcycle as their daily transport rather than use the public transport. The public should not use the public transport because the risk of being the criminal victim will increased , the people need...

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Advantahes and Disadvantages of Public Transport

disadvantages of public transport This is a website informing towards young people some advantages and disadvantages of public transport. Many of us are in these days use our own vehicles to get to our destination and utilizing it as our ‘daily use’, whereas numbers of public transport are reducing since many people are passing their driving test and buying their own cars. This is leading to pollution in the Earth; hence I will be mentioning some advantages and disadvantages of public transport. Firstly...

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Social Science vs Natural Science - How Singaporeans Have Reacted Towards the Fare Hike and Also Whether the Increase in Public Transports Fares Is Justifiable.

transcript. Secondary source data can either substantiate or refute any existing research findings generated by the primary source data. Public transportation has been a social phenomenon of Singaporeans who commute on a daily basis to and from work by bus or MRT. The latest issue in Singapore is regarding the recent fare hike on public transports. Public Transport Council has granted a one per cent increase in bus and train fares starting October 8. The Straits Times (2011) reported that the fare...

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Sustainable Rural Transport: Challenges

Rural transport is a public good and therefore if examined purely from a private cost basis will always be uneconomic. So I think that the best mean of transport for rural communities is the bus services. There are social benefits arising from better public transport provision in rural areas which include greenhouse gas emissions reduction, social inclusion, and rural development opportunities. For this reason, additional public funding is required to support rural transport provision. A portion...

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Comfort In Public Transport: Analysis

3.2. Comfort in public transport In the process of decision-making, two questions systematically arise to the user of public transport. The first is a five-level question, which assesses the service availability (TCQSM, 2013). These levels are as follows: • Spatial availability at the origin and spatial availability at destination: if the service is too far from the origin or the destination of travel, the transit option will not be maintained. For instance, the average walking distance to a bus...

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Investigating the Public Transportation Services in Jeddah: The Case of Buses

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Investigation into the public transportation services on Jeddah especially buses Table of contents: Abstracts The objective of the study was to investigate the public transportation in Jeddah especially about buses and how they are important to use buses instead cars to solve the major problems in the road. My research was completed to help the public transportation companies to improve the situation of buses. My participants ware 40 engineering students...

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Questionnaire on Transport Mode Choice

Security | | Hygiene | | 17* What according to you are the shortcomings of the public transport system? * Less frequency * Insecure * Time consuming * Access is difficult * No time reliability * Lack of information distribtion about its routes and timings 18* Rank each of the following change  (in order of its importance ) following which you are willing to switch to public transport. 1 star: Barely Important, 2 star: Not so Important, 3 star: Important, 4 star:...

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Disadvantages of Public Transportation

Public Transportation Free public transportation would be a useless drain on the American economy. Firstly, a system of transportation with no regulated price would lack stability. Funding for public transportation would have to come from different areas and aspects of society which might severely upset many citizens. Criminals and drug dealers would see the new and free transportation system as a major benefit to their business. These individuals would deter current users from continued...

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