Evaluation of BRTS Service Quality UsingUser Preference

Author: Parth Parikh, Pankaj Prajapati International Journal of Urban Design-STM Journals Issn: Date: 2024-02-02 01:29 Volume: 05 Issue: 02 Keyworde: Quality survey, Rajkot BRTS, SEM (structural equation modeling), public transportation, transit service indicator Full Text PDF Submit Manuscript Journals


Keyworde: Quality survey, Rajkot BRTS, SEM (structural equation modeling), public transportation, transit service indicator

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