Showing 2 ideas for tag "demand"

Multimodal

Methodology Development for Bicycle Parking Investment Prioritization In Reserve

NJ TRANSIT rail stations operate as multimodal hubs, often with access to at least one other transit mode in addition to vehicle and non-motorized access. Over the past five years, select stations on the rail network have experienced significant increases in bicycle parking demand. This study will consist of three phases, with an end goal of developing a methodology for prioritizing locations of future bicycle parking... more »

Idea Submitted by Susan O'Donnell

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Idea Champion - Who at NJDOT, NJ Transit or NJ Motor Vehicle? (if known) Jennifer Buison, NJ TRANSIT Capital Planning

Why is this a priority and what are the benefits for the State/County/City?

Investing in bike parking is a key strategy for maximizing multimodal access to transit stations. Convenient and low cost (or free) parking is a tangible benefit to transit customers, and encourages bicycle use as an access mode to transit. Improved bike access also has the potential to reduce traffic congestion near stations and relieve vehicle parking demand, which can be a benefit to communities that host rail stations.

Archive: 2018 Ideas
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Multimodal

Bus Ridership Data Analysis System In Reserve

Developing a comprehensive Bus Ridership Data Analysis System would allow NJ TRANSIT to better anticipate travel demand, more effectively ensure that all communities are provided equitable service, and better target its customer outreach efforts. Currently, NJ TRANSIT uses fare revenue as an indicator of passenger ridership. The agency also relies on passenger surveys to obtain samples of ridership demographics as well... more »

Idea Submitted by Susan O'Donnell

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Idea Champion - Who at NJDOT, NJ Transit or NJ Motor Vehicle? (if known) Aaron Reisner, Senior Transportation GIS Analyst, NJ TRANSIT

Why is this a priority and what are the benefits for the State/County/City?

As New Jersey's demographic makeup and development patterns continue to change at a rapid pace, travel patterns and demands continue to shift as well. The State's transit agency requires a practical way to track these trends so that it can respond to them, adjust service patterns, and offer appropriate communication services to its customers. At the same time, NJ TRANSIT increasingly seeks to perform more robust analyses to ensure compliance with Title VI Civil Rights regulations prohibiting discrimination. The Bus Ridership Data Analysis System will provide the access and querying capabilities necessary to effectively safeguard against discriminatory policies and submit more precise Title VI compliance reports to the FTA.

The benefits of the effort will be several-fold. A more precise understanding of customer demographics and travel patterns will enable NJ TRANSIT to better tailor its customer communication plans. This effort will in turn lead to better information on passenger loads, payments methods, and individual bus stop usage. NJ TRANSIT can use these findings as input for forecasting models, farezone delineation efforts, and other bus service planning activities, ultimately better serving all NJ TRANSIT bus customers.

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