Usefulness of GIS in Mass Transit: An Analysis of the ridership characteristics of Greater London and D.C. Metropolitan Region
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In this paper, ridership characteristics essentially refer to the mode of transportation of the working population and their socio-economic characteristics. The ridership characteristics help us understand generalized travel patterns and the preferred mode of transportation; whether the people prefer public transportation to private transportation. My analysis supported the concept that there is often a nexus between the choice in the mode of transportation, and the socioeconomic conditions of the working population.
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