Concept of the regional integration of transit system in Rebublic of Serbia
Integration of public transport represents connected subsystems of public transport in an observed area. Today, in Republic of Serbia there is been unintegrated system of public transport system because of the organization is based on the local statues. In the other hand, the organization of inter – city public transport is based on the republic traffics’ department. Because of stated situation, citizens don’t have a quality public transport system in smaller towns. The main reason for disorganization in local public transport systems is low – grade of quality of services, existing administratively and territorially partition in towns and law. The current organization of public transport system is deficiency by finances and by a cadre. One of the possible solutions is coordination between more towns around the main town as regional center. The method of regionalization is implied to creating one main center and surrounding centers which gravity to main (for primarily trips). The integration is used to achieving better quality service and for better traffics’ accessibility. With the regionalization, service of public transport would to be availed to more citizens in accordance with administrative distribution.
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