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The 15th conference, marking 30 years since the inaugural conference was held in Thredbo (Australia), took place in Stockholm, Sweden. 220 delegates attended from 30 countries, across six continents. The conference series has a reputation for bringing academics together with practitioners in a series of intensive workshops to discuss the latest developments in competition and ownership in land passenger transport. 2017 marks the first year where the number of delegates was evenly split between academics on one hand and representatives from operators, regulators and consultants on the other. This was reflected in the rich discussions in each workshop which were reported back to the full conference. Other highlights included excellent plenary presentations from Mattias Landgren (State Secretary, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, Sweden), Maria Kamargianni (Urban Transport and Energy Lab, UCL Energy Institute, London), and Iida Huhtanen (Finnish Ministry of Transport), and an engaging panel discussion on ‘Competition, cooperation and trust between actors in a deregulated transportation market’ with participants from the Swedish transportation sector.

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2017Current trends and innovations affecting the potential for a widespread adoption of electric buses - A comparative case study of 22 cities in the Americas, Asia-Pacific and EuropeLi, Xiangyi; Castellanos, Sebastian; Maassen, Anne
2017Accessibility and Uncertainty: the Option Value of Public TransportBondemark, Anders; Johansson, Erik
2017Public Transport Accessibility Needs Assessment Using Gaming SimulationsFrank, Andreas; Meijer, Sebastiaan
2017Measuring agglomeration in transport system planning: Effective density as a measure in Helsinki RegionRonikonmäki, Niko-Matti; Laakso, Seppo
2017Accessibility and Social Welfare: A study of the City of JohannesburgLionjanga, Nahungu; Venter, Christo
2017Public Transport Authorities’ Use of Cost-Benefit Analysis in PracticeVigren, Andreas; Ljungberg, Anders
2017A New Approach to Accessibility – Perceived accessibility versus objectively measured accessibility in daily travelLättman, Katrin; Olsson, Lars E; Friman, Margareta
2017The value of local railways: an approach using CVMUtsunomiya, Kiyohito
2017Transit network expansion and accessibility implications A case study of Gwangju metropolitan area, South KoreaSong, Yena; Kim, Hyun; Lee, Keumsook
2017Regulatory Structures and their Impact on the Sustainability Performance of Public Transport in World CitiesCurrie, Graham; Truong, Long; de Gruyter, Chris
2017Land Enhancement and Intensification Benefits of Investing in an Urban Rail NetworkLe, Henry; Liang, Lim Wee; Leong, Wai Yan
2017Effects of road pricing – some suggestions based upon experience from urban areas like StockholmHauge, Olav
2017Managing Unprofitable Passenger Rail Operations in Japan - Lessons from the Experience in Sweden -Kurosaki, Fumio; Alexandersson, Gunnar
2017Social exclusion: the roles of mobility and bridging social capital in regional AustraliaStanley, John; Stanley, Janet
2017Getting off the greenhouse gas: Public transport’s potential contribution in Australian cities.Stanley, John; Ellison, Richard; Loader, Chris; Hensher, David A.
2017Mobility as a Service: Implications for future mainstream public transportSmith, Göran; Sochor, Jana; Karlssona, MariAnne
2017Urban Demand Responsive Transport in the Mobility as a Service ecosystem: its role and potential market shareAlonso-González, María J.; van Oort, Niels; Oded, Cats; Hoogendoorn, Serge
2017Urban transport: eliminating blind spots and missing links in the era of the fourth industrial (r)evolutionGullberg, Anders
2017Implications of ridesourcing and self-driving vehicles on the need for regulation in unscheduled passenger transportAarhaug, Jørgen; Olsen, Silvia
2017How does the ride-hailing systems demand affect individual transport regulation?de Souza Silva, Laize Andréa; de Andrade, Maurício Oliveira; Alves Maia, Maria Leonor
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