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Operational performance of park-and-ride

Ian Graeme Heggie

Operational performance of park-and-ride

objectives and achievements in Oxford

by Ian Graeme Heggie

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Published by Transport Studies Unit in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Ian G. Heggie and DemetriosB. Papoulias.
SeriesWorking papers / Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford -- no.13
ContributionsPapoulias, Demetrios B.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13714913M

Get this from a library! Guide for park-and-ride facilities. [American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.; American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Task Force on Public Transportation Facilities Design.;] -- Information presented in this guide is intended to provide a general knowledge of the park-and-ride planning and design process.   An authoritative compilation of insights on how to ensure one understands true business performance. Every page has a useful tip on looking into a business's operational guts and soul. This will become the new textbook for investors seeking truth from their operational s: 2.

Operational issues and problems (OiPs) render a business less profitable. They drain business energy and resources. They affect operational performance, impact strategy execution and are anti-growth. I have developed a framework, OiP-M© to help businesses identify and understand operational issues and problems.   Theme park’s operational efficiency. Customer satisfaction comes from the pleasant fulfillment of consumption experience and a evaluation process on the degree of consistency between pre-experience expectation and post-experience performance (Norvell ; Oliver ), which may affect the customer’s intention to ers’ perception .

Members of the operations management community have been interested in performance measurement – at both the strategic and the tactical level – for decades. Wickham Skinner, widely credited with the development of the operations strategy framework, for example, observed in A factory cannot perform well on every yardstick. Park-and-ride operations can be handled in house, contracted out, or some done in combination. Running operations in-house offers more control but requires more intensive staffing. Three main metrics are used to measure park-and-ride performance: Utilization rate - The utilization rate is the percentage of available parking spaces occupied.


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