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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Sources Choice User: They choose to use this mode of transportation. Captive customer: This is the only source of transport available to this user. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. 2. Two types of transit users Demographic Ridership 1. Comfortable Examining Ridership Patterns, Behaviors and Opinions. Efficient Reliable Integrated Attractive Affordable Constitute of 13% of the total population Young Professional Ages 15 -24 Ages 65 and above 29% -Experience No Congestion Seniors Immigrant Represent 31% of transit users Senior's are a growing population New immigrants are more likely to use public transit. There are fewer families using public transit. More families are investing in a private automobile. Cultural beliefs and attitudes dictate transit use. More immigrants are moving into the suburbs. This means a change in their ridership pattern. Families Travel Mode to the Go Transit Carpooling / Dropped off 22% Driving 57% Cycling 1% Public Transit 11% Walking 9% Factors that affect Ridership Why is the Transit System so Complicated ? [1] Make the move choices and consequences. December 2013. [2] Table 4. 2010. Commuting to work: Results of the 2010 general social survey. Statistic Canada. [3] Transit supportive guidelines. Ontario Ministry of Transportation. section 3.5.1 Ridership strategies. [4] Siemiatycki, M. (2013). Transit building 21st Century Transit System 44% - Spend 3 or > days a week on traffic congestion commuting 20% -Spend 15 min or less on commuting 27% - Spend 1 or 2 days a week on traffic congestion commuting 49% - Spend 15 to 44 min commuting Low Stress Level HighStress Level 31% - Spend 44 min or > commuting Medium Stress Level Employment patterns needs to be considered in transportation plans. Youth & Young Adult Few age friendly transit design Commuting & Stress Level Safe [2] [1] [3] [4] [4] Tare Egbedi's Page
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