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Richmond public transportation study report.
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    This study looked at the possible costs and benefits associated with the creation of a small deviated fixed route bus service in Richmond. It concluded that the circumstances in Richmond favor the creation of such a system. It also concluded that only one route–operating one bus, twelve hours per day, Monday through Saturday–is needed at this time.

    The first objective was met primarily by identifying and periodically meeting with a Technical Advisory Committee composed of a group of citizens from the Richmond area.

    The second objective was accomplished through the use of existing demographic data and input from the technical advisory committee.

    The third objective was to consider alternative methods of service provision, matched with the potential use of such service, to evaluate these alternative methods of service provision, and to recommend a preferred service arrangement.

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