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    Bus Lines in Jamestown


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    Business Listing   Barton's Bus & Auto Sales - Jamestown, ND - Phone: (701) 252-5454


    Business Listing   Bus Depot - Jamestown, ND - Phone: (701) 252-1170


    Business Listing   Dietrich Bus Service - Jamestown, ND - Phone: (701) 252-1007


    Business Listing   James River Transit - Jamestown, ND - Phone: (701) 252-7888


    Business Listing   Nodak Coaches & Tours Inc - Jamestown, ND - Phone: (701) 252-4804


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    Helpful Definition for: Bus Lines


    In Jamestown, there are organizations that are responsible for operating bus transportation system and bus lines. Generally a commercial bus in Jamestown operates on a daily schedule and travels through a fixed route, and each passenger pays a fixed fare. The organization that is responsible for these bus lines should portray a passenger-oriented approach in the construction of a global line network along with a fixed timetable. In last few years it has been observed that the need for a passenger-friendly bus line planning system has increased. Bus line planning in Jamestown is generally described to comprise of four phases; global line network planning, setting timetables, vehicle scheduling and crew scheduling.

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