Management Objectives, Fares and Service Levels in Bus transport

Management Objectives, Fares and Service Levels in Bus transport

Commercial operation of a monopoly public transport service would lead to discrimination against some passengers. Pareto-type social welfare is a complex aim. London transport seeks to maximise passenger mileage subject to a budget constraint.

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