A means of transit prepayment , usually a card carrying some identification that is displayed to the driver or clerk in place of paying a cash fare.
An enclosed space or structure traversing over or under traffic or other barriers for the convenient passage of patrons entering or exiting the system. It may connect to the paid or unpaid area.
The representation of larger vehicles, such as buses, as equal to a quantity of automobiles (passenger cars) for use in level of service and capacity analyses. (TRB)
A system of railings, booths, turnstiles, and other fixtures for collecting fares and otherwise directing the movement of passengers. The controls may also be used to maintain the distinction between fare-paid and unpaid people. (TRB)
A count of the passengers on a vehicle or who use a particular facility. (TRB)
See: Functioning Rate.
Movement of people to and from trains and buses.
Automated Fare Collection (AFC) station equipment which will be located in each control area to provide customers with information about the value remaining on the fare media.
The number of passengers on a transit unit (vehicle or train) at a specified point. (TRB)