Transit and ground passenger transportation 2019

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2019 Market Research Information Data Report for producers of Transit and ground passenger transportation services

SKU: ABO-MRR-2019-0412 Category: Tag:

Description

Establishments operating local and suburban commuter rail systems over regular routes and on a regular schedule within a metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas. Commuter rail is usually characterized by reduced fares, multiple ride and commutation tickets, and mostly used by passengers during the morning and evening peak periods.
Establishments operating local and suburban ground passenger transit systems (except mixed mode transit systems, commuter rail systems, and buses and other motor vehicles) over regular routes and on regular schedules within a metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas. Illustrative Examples: Commuter cable car systems (i.e., stand-alone) Light rail systems (i.e., stand-alone) Commuter tramway systems (i.e., stand-alone) Monorail transit systems (i.e., stand-alone) Commuter trolley systems (i.e., stand-alone)
Establishments 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 nonurban areas.
Establishments operating local and suburban passenger transportation systems using buses or other motor vehicles over regular routes and on regular schedules within a metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas.
Establishments providing an array of specialty and luxury passenger transportation services via limousine or luxury sedan generally on a reserved basis. These establishments do not operate over regular routes and on regular schedules.
Establishments providing bus passenger transportation over regular routes and on regular schedules, principally outside a single metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas.
Establishments providing buses and other motor vehicles to transport pupils to and from school or employees to and from work.
Establishments providing buses for charter. These establishments provide bus services to meet customers’ road transportation needs and generally do not operate over fixed routes and on regular schedules.
Establishments providing ground passenger transportation (except urban transit systems; interurban and rural bus transportation, taxi and/or limousine services (except shuttle services), school and employee bus transportation, charter bus services, and special needs transportation). Establishments primarily engaged in operating shuttle services and vanpools are included in this industry. Shuttle services establishments generally provide travel on regular routes and on regular schedules between hotels, airports, or other destination points.
Establishments providing passenger transportation by automobile or van, not operated over regular routes and on regular schedules. Establishments of taxicab owner/operators, taxicab fleet operators, or taxicab organizations are included in this industry.
Establishments providing special needs transportation (except to and from school or work) to the infirm, elderly, or handicapped. These establishments may use specially equipped vehicles to provide passenger transportation.