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Posted by Sarah on Monday, March 24, 2008 at 11:30pm.

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• Give a table extrapolating potential capacity using 1,000 households as a standard unit.
o Using 3 hour window as the measurement tool
o Using 7 hour window as the measurement tool
o Include a column on number of buses need to cover the City (if it were broken into 1,000 household units) 3 hours vs. 7 hours
o Include a column on number of staff needed (I would assume a 10 man team per bus including 1 driver, 2 navigators, 1 ham, 6 runners) 3 hours vs. 7 hours
o Include number of police escorts needed as well. This number should match the number of buses used
o Assuming a 7 hour run would be one shift could you create another table that has covering the City with (2) 7 hour shifts.


Info Provided:

Single Family Population—174,777
Multi family population—49,379

Single family household units—59,814
Multifamily household units—18,754

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