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The proposed model is developed employing stop level ridership data from the Orlando region for 11 quadrimesters (four-month time periods). The presence of multiple data points for each stop allows us to develop panel models for headway, boarding, and alighting.The model estimation results justify the consideration and alighting.

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  • Project Title: Land Transport Strategy
  • Client: Annie R. Ortega
  • Date: 30 July 2019
  • Project Value: $2999
  • Category: Transport
  • Status : Completed
  • Wesbite: https://.demo.com

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