Waiting Time Perceptions: Transit Stations

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Abstract

Waiting time in transit travel is often perceived negatively, and high-amenity stops and stations are becoming increasingly popular for improving transit riders' aversion to waiting. Research by Yingling Fan, Associate Professor in the Regional Planning and Policy Area at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, focuses on the perceived waiting time versus the actual waiting time and recommends specific strategies to address the gap.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Media of outputVideo
StatePublished - 2017

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regional policy
regional planning
amenity
station
public
school
travel

Civios Subjects

  • Community Development
  • Community Engagement
  • Environment
  • Policy Analysis
  • Public Management
  • Public Sector
  • Transportation
  • Urban Planning

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Fan, Y. (Author). (2017). Waiting Time Perceptions: Transit Stations. Digital or Visual Products, Retrieved from http://z.umn.edu/3de2
Waiting Time Perceptions: Transit Stations. Fan, Yingling (Author). 2017.

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Fan, Y, Waiting Time Perceptions: Transit Stations, 2017, Digital or Visual Products.
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