Edinburgh has two main types of public transportation: train, bus and in the near future the tram line will be opened. The bus service providers are the most active and requested public transport in the city and the most frequent types for journey are to work, school/ university, shopping and leisure activities.
Particularly short distances are walked, longer distances are traveled by bike but more than half of the journeys are done by car or public transport. More detailed and related data can be found following this link.
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When starting a project in general is important to create a framework for it and in my case the Master’s project will be a process of research, collaboration, co-creation and many reviews for the final outcome.
The first step for having an efficient framework and to keep everything well organised is to start from the understanding of the brief further on break it down into the questions that needs to be answered, learn about the client: MMM and his users in this case the young professionals, learn how public transportation works in Edinburgh and other cities.