Big city transit

One way to view the quality of transit in cities is from the perspective of the customer – the rider.

By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
February 11, 2016 20:32
2 minute read.
Israel public transit

Public transit use rate 2013,14. (photo credit: JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR ISRAEL STUDIES)

 
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Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, www.jiis.org In large cities, public transit is a critical factor that, in addition to personal mobility, enables economic development, social, commercial and cultural life.

One way to view the quality of transit in cities is from the perspective of the customer – the rider.

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