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Upgrading Transit for the Twenty-First Century

  • Steven E. Polzin
  • Daniel Sperling
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Abstract

In the United States, cars have increased their dominance over public transit. Overall, transit accounts for only about 2 percent of passenger trips in the United States and about 1 percent of passenger miles. Even in the developing world, transit has lost market share to cars. Public transit is struggling. As the world changes, public transit needs to reinvent itself.

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© Daniel Sperling 2018

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  • Steven E. Polzin
  • Daniel Sperling

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