To what extent can a future public transport system be designed to cater for private travel preferences? - The role of individuals’ attitude in two suburban neighbourhoods - Kangjian, Shanghai and Bull Creek, Perth
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This thesis researches the role of individual factors, such as travel attitudes, in choice of transport mode and analyses the extent to which public transport planning practice caters such passenger factors. Consideration is given to the potential for combining the policy aspirations of government with the individual needs of residents.