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Understanding why some people do not use buses

Dobbie F, McConville S & Ormston R (2010) Understanding why some people do not use buses. Transport Research Series. Edinburgh : Scottish Government.

First paragraph: The Scottish Government commissioned this research to explore in depth the reasons why some people do not use buses and what might encourage them to do so. While there is considerable existing research on bus travel in Scotland, much of this to date has been quantitative, relying on survey data. Although very useful in measuring use of buses and other modes, survey data can be limited in the level of detail it can provide on why people use particular modes rather than others. This research was intended to address that gap.

Buses -- Scotland; Buses -- Design and construction; Buses -- Barrier-free design

AuthorsDobbie Fiona, McConville Susan, Ormston Rachel
Number of pages99
Title of seriesTransport Research Series
Publication date04/2010
Publication date online23/04/2010
PublisherEdinburgh : Scottish Government
ISBN 978 0 7559 9293 5
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