Development of a Framework to Measure and Model the Performance of BRT Systems. Project LS1. David A. Hensher Corinne Mulley John Stanley Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies The University of Sydney Business School The University of Sydney. December 2010.
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Development of a Framework to Measure and Model the Performance of BRT Systems
David A. Hensher
Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies
The University of Sydney Business School
The University of Sydney
Obj 1: Review and evaluate methodological approaches within which to quantify the salient factors that define the dimensions of performance of BRT systems
Obj 2: Identify and review existing data sources to identify gaps in data needs, and a data collection strategy to obtain all necessary data
Obj 3: to set out the selected method in sufficient detail so as to ensure that it is capable of estimation so as to deliver an agreed set of performance metrics
Obj 4: to undertake preliminary model estimation of data that is readily available in the first 12 months, essentially from secondary sources,
Obj 5: to use the evidence to define criteria for selecting BRT systems that should be included by invitation as members of a ‘BRT cities club’.
Survey instrument 20 Nov 2010.xls
Hensher, D.A. and Mulley, C. Minimum ITLS BRT Data Requirements October 22 2010
Papers prepared as CoE contributions under LS1:Hensher, D.A. and Mulley, C. The Dimensionality of Performance Frameworks, paper prepared for Thredbo 12 and Working Paper LS1-1 for VREF CoE.
Hensher, D.A. The relationship between bus contract costs, user perceived service quality and performance assessment, prepared for Thredbo 12, Durban, South Africa, September 2011.