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MOTIVATIONS FOR INNOVATION IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT: THE BENEFITS OF A LOW COST PERSPECTIVE

Abstract : The public transport sector faces several challenges today, due to increasing demand, aggravated by limited funding. Although the dual need for original solutions and cost reductions has been identified, a lack of innovation has been pointed out in literature. Through a systematic review of scholars' literature and its comparison to a low cost approach by a public transport operator, this article aims to provide relevant data on what really counts to drive public transport innovations. We also show that a low cost perspective can bring benefits to the sector as a powerful innovation driver.
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Milena Klasing Chen, Sophie Hooge, Blanche Segrestin, Armand Hatchuel. MOTIVATIONS FOR INNOVATION IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT: THE BENEFITS OF A LOW COST PERSPECTIVE. Design 2014, May 2014, Dubrovnik, Croatia. pp.ID 1571. ⟨hal-00988174⟩

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