Documents critical site specific variables that influence transit agencies' spare bus ratio policies. It profiles a select group of transit agencies of varying sizes and geographic locations and describes their operating environments in order to relate how these affect the number of spare buses each agency needs to meet its service requirements.Santa Claraa#39;s peak service requirement declined from 416 vehicles in 1990 to 380 in 1993: its fleet size has been ... The number of mechanical road calls annually, using a slightly broader standard than that suggested by PTA, is 2010 miles ... long as the current fleet configuration and replacement schedule remain intact and the legislature continues to provide funds for ... Operations, and Service Environment Milwaukee has a large mixed suburban and city bus transportation system, anbsp;...
|Title||:||System-specific Spare Bus Ratios|
|Author||:||Judith T. Pierce, Elizabeth K. Moser, National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 1995-01-01|