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... 8 CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW INTRODUCTION This chapter summarizes findings from a literature review related to bus stops. A TRID search was conducted using various keywords to aid the literature review.
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... 9 pared a report on the design of walkable urban thoroughfares (2) that includes the following minimum dimensions for bus stops: • Farside: 80 ft plus 5 ft from crosswalk or curb return • Farside after turn: 90 ft plus 5 ft from crosswalk or curb return • Nearside: 100 ft • Midblock: 120 ft.
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... 10 principles of bus stop design, the report focused on elements that make bus stops accessible and safe. Weiner and Singa (13)
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... 11 crowdsourcing, drawing from an FTA pilot project focused on the application of crowdsourcing to bus stop design at the neighborhood scale. Next Stop Design was the name coined for this project.
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... 12 and case examples. Further research needs have been developed based in part on unclear or conflicting information.

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