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Referring to the economic organization of public transport in the MENA region, the report establishes an understanding of the various business models of public transport service delivery in select MENA cities.
Featuring four in-depth city case studies – Cairo, Casablanca, Dubai and Muscat – the report identifies public transport authorities, (contracted) operators, project financing, fare structures and ticketing, as well as additional non-fare revenue and partnerships.
The report generates knowledge and deducts best practices on the economic organization of public transport in cities.
It is especially relevant for public transport authorities and operators – not only in the MENA region, but also globally.
This is especially true due to the global trend of increasing demand for public transport, higher quality expectations from customers, and rising costs of production as well as constrained public budgets.