2020 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC) 2020
DOI: 10.1109/itsc45102.2020.9294504 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…However, for the drivers, the low idle mileage to pick up the passenger, and between two subsequent rides which influences their profits are the major concerns. At the fleet level, the operational efficiency of the MoD system, can be assessed from factors such as the number of taxis in the system, the percentage utilization of taxis, the number of passenger requests that were not served, and the average passenger waiting time [4]. The authors in [17] rightfully argue that neither high wait times alone nor low taxi utilization rates can be interpreted as a sign of inefficiency.…”
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“…However, for the drivers, the low idle mileage to pick up the passenger, and between two subsequent rides which influences their profits are the major concerns. At the fleet level, the operational efficiency of the MoD system, can be assessed from factors such as the number of taxis in the system, the percentage utilization of taxis, the number of passenger requests that were not served, and the average passenger waiting time [4]. The authors in [17] rightfully argue that neither high wait times alone nor low taxi utilization rates can be interpreted as a sign of inefficiency.…”
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