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Self-service fare collection

Lester R. Strickland

Self-service fare collection

functional specifications

by Lester R. Strickland

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Published by Dept. of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Office of Service and Methods Demonstrations, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Local transit -- Fares.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLester R. Strickland; prepared by the Mitre Corporation for the U.S. Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Office of Service and Methods Demonstrations.
    SeriesReport - Urban Mass Transportation Administration ; no. UMTA-VA-06-0049-79-6
    ContributionsUnited States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Office of Service and Methods Demonstrations., Mitre Corporation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17540732M

    TCRP Report A Toolkit for Self-Service, Barrier-Free Fare Collection ad- dresses the full range of issues and parameters that an agency must consider in deter- mining the applicability of self-service fare collection (SSFC) systems, including those related to policy and enforcement issues, operational issues, and capital and equipment. Self Service Magazine No. 28 - Spring/Summer [Self Service] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Self Service Magazine No. 28 - Spring/Summer Author: Self Service.

    An automated fare collection (AFC) system is the collection of components that automate the ticketing system of a public transportation network - an automated version of manual fare collection. An AFC system is usually the basis for integrated ticketing. The inside workings of a Japanese automated fare collection gate, 1 System description. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

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Office of Service and Methods Demonstrations.]. It is desirable for transit operators to minimize both the fare collection effort and the number of undetected fare violations.

Faced with similar problems, many European transit operators have approached the fare collection task with the introduction of Self-Service Fare Collection, where the responsibility for correct fare payment is turned Author: Debra Hardmeyer, Philip Selinger. Self-service fare collection (SSFC) is a concept in which the passenger is responsible for payment of a transit fare and possession of a valid ticket or proof of by: 3.

With Self-service fare collection book opening of revenue service on Jthe San Diego light rail transit system also inaugurated a self-service barrier-free fare collection system. Experience to date indicates that the fare collection system not only is achieving the objectives set Author: M M Carter, L C Powell.

Self-Service Fare Collection Systems for LRT: State-of-the-Art Review Roman Baur Zurich Transit Authority Zurich, Switzerland Self-service fare collection (SSFC) began in Europe.

Until the s fare collection for transit had been monitored by special personnel that accompanied the trains and buses. There are four fare collection strategies in public transportation. The first is Barrier fare collection, the second is Conductor-validated, the third is Pay on boarding, and the other is Self-service barrier-free fare collection [1].

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Checking of fares by transit vehicle operators at the time of boarding. Portland Self-Service Fare Collection Evaluation Implementation Technical Memorandum: Pre-Implementation Data Collection and Analysis Transportation Systems Center Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.

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recent research, the self-service concept represents such a significant departure from current U.S. transit systems fare collection procedures that a series of demonstrations are recommended.7 With the recent start-up of light rail transit in San Diego, the self-service, barrier-free fare collection.

The San Diego Trolley (owner by the Metropolitan Transit Development Board) began operations in July using self-service fare collection (SSFC). Passengers must have proof of payment consisting of a single-ride ticket bought at a vending machine located at one of the 18 stations, a multi-ride ticket validated at one of the same machines, a Author: D Koffman, G Rhyner, R Trexler.

Self-Service Fare Collection Fare Compliance Study would be easier to conduct since fare inspectors would be a direct source of data. The pre-Self-Service Fare Collection phase of the Fare Compliance Study, con­ ducted in May,was designed with three objectives: : Debra Hardmeyer, Philip Selinger.

The evaluation of the self-service fare collection demonstration has three principal purposes. The first is to determine how well, or to what extent, the project accomplished its stated objectives. The second is to measure the impacts of the project on the transit operator, transit users, persons who do not use transit, and the general by: 1.

Self-service fare collection can sL'bstantially im- prove existing bus operations, particularly on the new articulated buses; therefore, if it is to be implemented at all. SELF-SERVICE FARE COLLECTION: GETTING THERE FROM HERE. For many years, conventional wisdom in the transit industry has been that self-service fare collection (SSFC) may be fine in Europe, but "it won't work here." Meanwhile, SSFC has spread to the extent that it has become almost universal in western Europe (outside Britain).

TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report A Toolkit for Self-Service, Barrier-Free Fare Collection addresses the full range of issues and parameters-including policy and enforcement issues, operational issues, and capital and equipment issues-that an agency must consider in determining the applicability of self-service fare collection systems.SELF SERVICE.

EDIT. Fall / Winter Fall / Winter «1 of 12» Printer-friendly version PDF version.Self-Service Fare Collection on Buses in Portland, OR awarded grants to the Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District (TRI-MET) to implement self-service fare collection (SSFC) on its bus system.

TRI-MET, the transit authority serving Portland, Oregon, is the second authority in the United States to use SSFC and the first to use it on Author: Daniel Wagner, Wesley Harper, Oliver Schueftan.