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Bus On-Time Performance

Definition: Measures how closely the service ran to the schedule, as experienced by the customer. Departure is considered on-time, if made between 0 and 5 minutes after scheduled departure time. 30 seconds are added to both ends of the 0 to 5 minute interval to capture deviations between the various time-tracking devices. Many factors affect bus on-time performance. Some are within MARTA’s control (e.g., mechanical or driver problems). Others, such as traffic or unplanned detours, are not. Regardless of cause, MARTA strives to work around problems.

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Performance (May 2016 and Fiscal year-to-date):

In May, did not meet the Target; the system-wide actual being 78.27%.

Actions:

Identify and analyze the worst performing routes by block.


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