Nt1310 Unit 2 Case Study Public Transport

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Table 23 presents the responses from participants for the question whether they were willing to take public transportation after the problem they mentioned have been sorted out. Out of 824 responders, 442 responders (around 54 %) were willing to ride the public bus if the problem they mentioned are addressed; 140 responders were not convinced to commute in public buses ; and 242 responders were not sure about the using the public buses. Figure 9 presents the proportions of commuters’ willingness to ride public buses based on the age category. The bar chart showed that highest number of peoples willing to ride the public buses were in age group 21 to 30 years and above 50 years. In all age groups, the number of peoples willing to ride the public…show more content…
Around 50% of the responders (549 out of 1102) rejected that idea and mentioned ‘It is not good idea to include transportation cost in semester fee.’ However, 245 responders indicated that they were ready to pay $10 to $15 per each semester for the transportation cost. Similarly, 220 responders agreed to pay $15 to $30 per semester. Only 88 responders voted for more than $30/semester transportation cost. Table 24 presents the details for the answer received regarding the question for commuters’ willingness to pay for the compulsory fixed transportation fee in…show more content…
The number of commuters willing to pay exceeded that for not willing to pay just by 4 responders which was negligible for total count 1102. Hence, even UNLV decide to implement the fix compulsory transportation fee per semester, the cost should not be more than $30 per semester. Because, the number of commuters who were ready to pay the cost in range of $15 to $30 was 22%. However, the 8% commuters who were willing to pay more than $30 could be also included in this range. If possible, the cost range should be in between $10 to $15 per

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