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Multi-Modal Integration in Bangalore Rev1.2

Multi-Modal Integration in Bangalore Rev1.2

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Published by: Sathya Sankaran on Jan 23, 2012
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Multi-modal Integration in
Challenges and Solutions
Commuter choice criteria for travel mode
Snapshot of current multi-modal integration -- theBYP example
Problem areas/The Integration score card
Potential remedies
Panel Discussions
Addressing multi-modal integration systemically
Can solutions be retrofitted?
What can be done in the future?
Commuter Choice Process
Commuter choose between available travel modes based on thefollowing attributes:
Economics (monetary cost)
Total travel time (access, waiting, transit and journey times)
Convenience and comfort (last mile connectivity, ease of negotiatinginterchanges within and between modes of travel, travel comfort andavailability of seating, protection from the elements/pollution, safety etc.)
To lure commuters away from the private mode with its point-to-pointconvenience to public modes requires that all three attributes areaddressed in some way
Since a majority of public transportation (PT) commutes will requiremultiple modes, a seamless integration between modes will contributesignificantly to the perceived higher utility of PT and therefore thechoice of this form.

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