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The 11th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 11) was hosted by the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands) from 20-25 September 2009. The conference attracted 120 participants from 22 countries, representing transport authorities, operators and academia. The conference included seven parallel workshops discussing 87 papers on the topics of the outcome of competitive tendering practices, ways to reach a successful contractual setting, alternatives beyond competitive tendering, system development, social inclusion, public policy and transport, and public transport markets in development.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 48
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2009Analysis of the structural characteristics of the station catchment area in JapanSanko, Nobuhiro; Shoji, Kenichi
2009Assessing performance in interurban coach transport contractsMagalhães, Marcos Thadeu Q.; Gularte, Juliana; Yamashita, Yaeko; de Aragão, Joaquim José Guilherme
2009Continental drift: connecting Great Britain and ScandinaviaBruijnes, Remco
2009Use of the content analysis to help in the characterization of semiurban road passenger transport in Brazil: a systemic and interdisciplinary viewpointArruda Ribeiro, Rejane; Gomes Gularte, Juliana; Farias Almeida, Cristiano; Soares Estelles, Reinaldo; de Aragão, Joaquim José Guilherme
2009How to improve the financial situation of Urban Public Transport? The French CaseFaivre D’Arcier, Bruno
2009New Regulatory Framework For Urban Passenger Transport in Ghanian CitiesFinn, Brendan; Arthur, Bernard Abeiku; Gyamera, Samson
2009How Flexible Should Bus Service Be? Frequent Networks As a Tool For Permanent ChangeWalker, Jarrett
2009Next Generation InfrastructuresHeuvelhof, Ernst ten
2009Overview of Public Transport Policy Developments in South AfricaWalters, Jackie
2009Recent Developments in Bus Transport Policy in ChinaGwilliam, Ken; Zhi, Liu; Finn, Brendan
2009The Randstadrail project.Koppenjan, Joop
2009Overview of recent developments in Great BritainWhite, Peter
2009Review of Public Transport In Sweden: Implementation on the Passenger Rail Market and Plans for the Local Public Transport MarketWestin, Pär-Erik
2009Public transport policy in the NetherlandsRiedstra, Siebe
2009Transantiago: On the Development of Public Transit in Large CitiesMuñoz, Juan Carlos; de Grange, Louis
2009Conflict between commercialism and public transport policy purpose: unique feature of policy dispute in JapanSaito, Takahiko
2009Development of railway contracting for the national passenger rail services in the Netherlandsvan de Velde, Didier; Jacobs, Johan; Stefanski, Masja
2009The complexity of market structure – prospects for on-the-track competition in Sweden 1Alexandersson, Gunnar; Hultén, Staffan
2009Is competition on track a real alternative to competitive tendering in the railway industry? Evidence from GermanySéguret, Sylvain
2009Contestability in the provision of bus services – evidence from the Bristish de-regulated market.Cowie, Jonathan
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