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    Title: The Ridership Analysis on Inter-County/City Service for the Case Study of Taichung City Bus System
    Authors: 何承遠;Ho, Cheng-Yuan;邱怡瑄;Chiu, I-Hsuan
    Date: 2019-07
    Issue Date: 2019-11-15 11:50:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In order to find passengers’ behaviors when the passengers take buses, more than 82 million records of electronic ticket transactions of Taichung City Bus in 2015 and 8 inter-county/city bus routers are analyzed in this article. There are three statistical/analytic results. First, about 5.26 million electronic ticket users received benefits from Taichung City Government’s policy; however, less than 0.5% users still used cash. The situations of 8 inter-county/city bus services in adjacent counties were little similar to that of Taichung City. Second, route 208 was the major route took by most people between Taichung City and Miaoli County among the routes supported by Taichung City Government. Routes 108 and 101 were the major routes connecting Nantou County and Taichung City, and Changhua County and Taichung City, respectively. Finally, in three adjacent counties, the names of top 5 bus stops for each county are almost same, but the order of top 5 bus stops for each county are quite different.
    Relation: Communications in Computer and Information Science
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