The transport planning process has often been characterised as consisting of a series of logical stages which lead towards the production of a final outcome. These stages include the identification of goals, the specification ...
Perera, Supun; Bell, Michael G. H.; Kurauchi, Fumitaka; Kasthurirathna, Dharshana(2019-05)
Recent developments in the area of network science has encouraged researchers to adopt a topological perspective in modelling Supply Chain Networks (SCNs). While topological models can provide macro level insights into the ...
The literature-based research is complemented by interviews with a
modestly sized but diverse and informed sample of respondents. The
interviews ‘test’ the conventional wisdom in the literature against the
realities of ...
New public transport investment offers the potential to improve
accessibility for existing and new users of the public transport
network. Transport infrastructure provides land value uplift
following improvements in ...
This paper considers the operation of accessible urban buses in a
commercial environment with particular reference to the provision
of services in Wellington, New Zealand. The goal of achieving
fully accessible urban ...
This paper was presented at a VicRoads Workshop for road
safety engineers, held in Geelong on 2-5 June, 1996. It presents
an overview of accident analysis and investigation, with particular
emphasis on the role which ...
Using a sample of 245 direct petrol price elasticities of car travel
collected from 52 published mode choice studies, a random
coefficient regression model is estimated to account for
heterogeneity in the influence of ...
Rose, John M; Hensher, David A.; Greene, William H(2005-08)
In this paper, we examine the impact of individual specific
information processing strategies (IPS) on the
inclusion/exclusion of attributes on the parameter estimates
and behavioural outputs of models of discrete choice. ...
Greene, William; Hensher, David A.; Rose, John(2005-01)
The growing popularity of mixed logit to obtain estimates of
willingness to pay (WTP) has focussed on the distribution of
the random parameters and the possibility of estimating deep
parameters to account for heterogeneity ...
Tirachini, Alejandro; Hensher, David A.; Bliemer, Michiel C. J.(2013-03)
This paper addresses the problem of optimal pricing of both cars
and buses in a multimodal transport corridor including
externalities of congestion, bus crowding and travel time
variability. A social welfare maximisation ...
Beck, Matthew J.; Rose, John M.; Hensher, David A.(2010-04)
Data is typically gathered from an individual respondent who
represents the group or the household. This individual is often
identified as the “primary decision maker” and is often asked to
provide responses as a proxy ...
The Asia Pacific region has witnessed many changes in recent
years. For much of the last 15/20 years it has been the source
of low-cost production of labour intensive products. More
recently there has been a significant ...
Many transport models use unrealistic representation of vehicle
trip linkages. This paper presents a model that moves towards
incorporating vehicle trip linkages into a framework capable of
answering policy questions ...
Since the late 1990s, GPS has begun to be used as a method for
measuring personal travel. Early devices were for in-vehicle use
only and derived their power from the accessory socket of the
car. In the early 2000s, the ...
There is a growing literature that promotes the notion of
process heterogeneity in the way that individuals evaluate
packages of attributes in real or hypothetical markets and
make choices. Empirical evidence suggests ...
Beck, Matthew J.; Rose, John M.; Merkert, Rico(2015-10)
Air transport is of substantial importance to economies, societies
and freedom as it connects businesses and individuals with the
world. However, two recent Malaysia Airlines incidents have
resulted in even more security ...
This study investigates the development of the aviation market at Australia’s top 50 regional airports during 2005-2013. Demand estimation results suggest that a higher commodity price increases traffic volume in markets ...
The identification of possible efficiency gains is a core issue in the analysis of mergers. However, empirical studies are generally subject to bias caused by merger endogeneity. In the early 2000s, the Chinese government ...
As an increasing number of countries liberalize their skies, some airlines, notably carriers in the Middle East, have been able to extend their hub-and-spoke networks beyond domestic borders. This allows them to serve ...
This study investigates the effects of airport-airline vertical arrangements on airport capacity choices under demand uncertainty. A multi-stage game is analyzed, in which competing airlines contribute to capacity investments ...