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Seamless Public Transport for All

Proceedings of a joint seminar held in Paris, France on 6 March 2012
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Proceedings of a joint International Transport Forum/Korea Transport Institute Seminar held in Paris, 6 March 2012

‘Seamlessness’ is a virtue for public transport. It requires integration between routes, schedules, and fares across the different modes providing passenger services. This is never easy as it requires cooperative institutional arrangements, integrated network design and the negotiation of cost and revenue sharing agreements. This report examines policies to make public transport more seamless on the basis of examples of best practice from Europe and Korea. 

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