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As the world is getting smaller, more and more people are living in cities. By 2050, two thirds of the world’s population will live in cities (United Nations, 2018). These changes, together with a pressing need to reduce carbon emission, clearly underline the importance of public transport. But how can the quality of public transport be measured? This question is not only relevant to city planners, but also to consumers, particularly people moving, who may wonder which location may suit their transit needs the best.

There are several measures of the quality of public transport that vary in their approach…

Janina Puspas

Data Scientist with a background in social science

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