Access to airports -- Florida -- Orlando, Airports -- Access roads, Orlando International Airport
This research presents designs and evaluations of various mass transportation alternatives for reducing the problem of the ground access congestion in the Orlando International Airport. The alternatives considered in this research are conventional bus service, minibus service, express bus service, light rail transit service, rail rapid transit service, and monorail service. Details of the origin-destination studies for the present traffic are given. A discussion of the various mass transportation alternatives is provided, with provisions for future systems expansion. Three economic evaluation methods were used in this research for evaluation of various alternatives. According to the results of the economic analysis, the modified bus service is recommended.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Fan, George S., "Ground Access to the Orlando International Airport: Design and Evaluation of Various Mass Transportation Alternatives" (1981). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 552.