Too often, public transit networks are too complex. On a map, these lines look like a plate of spaghetti. Spaghetti is delicious, but it doesn’t make for a good transit network design. Complexity results from having too many competing route choices. Too much route choice is inefficient, and is overwhelming for users.
A Recipe for Spaghetti
What leads to transit spaghetti lines? One-seat rides, and route-focused design.Continue reading “Untangling Transit Spaghetti”