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SOP Manual for Mixed Mode Transit Systems

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This article discusses “Mixed Mode Transit Systems and its SOP Manual”. This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating local and suburban ground passenger transit systems using more than one mode of transport over regular routes and on regular schedules within a metropolitan area and its adjacent non-urban areas. The total revenue and annual payroll are $22,224,000 and $5,299,000 respectively in 2017. The average revenue and profitable are $136.7 thousand and 96.3% respectively in 2018.

In recent years, an increasing emphasis has been placed on designing facilities that make such transfers easier and more seamless. These are intended to help passengers move from one mode (or form) of transportation to another. An inter-modal station may service air, rail, and highway transportation.

Urban Mixed mode commuting:

  • Automobile to public transport nodes
  • Park and ride
  • Bus to public transport nodes.
  • Bike and ride
Inter – regional mixed mode commuting:
  •  Airport rail link
  • Airport ferry connection
  •  Automobiles on trains
  • Trains on boat
  • Trains – ferry connection

The North American Industry Classification Systems (NAICS) has grouped services and activities associated with Mixed Mode Transit Systems under the NAICS industry code 485111. The following list shows some activities that are associated with industry 485111,

  •  Commuter transit systems, mixed mode (e.g., bus, commuter rail, subway combination).
  • Local transit systems, mixed mode (e.g., bus, commuter rail, subway combinations).
  • Mixed mode transit systems (e.g., bus, commuter rail, subway combinations).
  • Suburban transit systems, mixed mode (e.g., bus, commuter rail, subway combinations).
  • Transit systems, mixed mode (e.g., bus, commuter rail, subway combinations).
  • Urban transit systems, mixed mode (e.g., bus, commuter rail, subway combinations).

SIC Code:

  • 4111 – Local and Suburban Transit
Some of the international association of Mixed Mode Transit Systems:
  • The American Public Transit Association (APTA)
  • American Public Transportation Association (APTA).
  • The International Tunnelling Association (ITA)
  • The International Association for Public Transport (IAPT).
  • Advanced Transit Association (ATA).
  • International Safe Transit Association (ISTA).
  • Oklahoma Transit Association (OTA).
International Standard Related to this industry:
  • ISO 9001: 2008
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