Information for travelling: Awareness and usage of the various sources of information available to public transport users in NSW
Corinne Mulley (),
Geoffrey Tilden Clifton,
Camila Balbontin and
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2017, vol. 101, issue C, 111-132
Public transport authorities and service providers place great emphasis on information provision to travellers both before and during travel. Information provided prior to travel has included printed timetables, newspaper advertisements, telephone services and marketing campaigns. During the trip, providers have tended to offer maps at public transport stops (i.e. bus stops, train stations, ferry wharves, etc.) as well as timetables static, dynamic or real-time.
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