Vandalism, Terrorism and Security in Urban Public Passenger Transport
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Vandalism, Terrorism and Security in Urban Public Passenger Transport

The reader will find in this publication the recommendations which the Round Table made on ways to combat vandalism, namely:  the creation of local partnerships between all actors involved in crime prevention, policing and law enforcement;  exchanges of experience;  the issuing of guidelines on crime prevention and infrastructure design;  and publication of case studies of successes and failures.

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Security in public transport, alongside "traditional" parameters, such as punctuality, frequency, efficiency, etc., is increasingly becoming a central issue in the public debate on transport.It is a crucial issue for service provision because it involves all of the stakeholders. On the one hand, security concerns transport operators (their staff, vehicles and infrastructure), on the other, it affects public transport users. Thus the issue directly and indirectly concerns the whole community and, by its very nature, has to be considered as both a technical and social issue...

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