Wong, Yale Z.; Hensher, David A.; Mulley, Corinne(2019-01)
Mobility as a service (MaaS) promises a bold new future where
bundled public transport and shared mobility options will
provide consumers with seamless mobility on par with and
exceeding that of private vehicle ownership. ...
Public transport network planning principles include simplicity, legibility, frequency and spatial coverage. These principles are normally translated into a series of “Guidelines” setting out the specific standards for ...
The call for a congestion charge is getting louder and more frequent in many countries as major metropolitan areas experience increasing levels of road congestion. Although reform of road pricing is almost certain to occur ...
Hensher, David A.; Mulley, Corinne; Smith, Neil(2011-05)
The burgeoning commitment to contracting the delivery of bus
services through competitive tendering or negotiated
performance-based contracts has been accompanied by as many
contract payments schemes as there are ...
Pseudo panel data have been increasingly applied in empirical
research as an alternative approach to a longitudinal analysis
when genuine panel data are unavailable. However, conventional
techniques are typically used ...
Clifton, Geoffrey T.; Mulley, Corinne; Hensher, David A.(2012-12)
The appraisal of large scale transport infrastructure projects by
governments tends to focus on the costs and benefits to society
as a whole or to broad communities affected by the project. In so
doing, it is often ...
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 ...
Accessibility planning is a framework and process to use
accessibility indicators as a basis for transport planning. The
structured approach assesses actual accessibility at different
spatial levels against indicators ...
Hensher, David A.; Truong, Truong P.; Mulley, Corinne; Ellison, Richard(2012-03)
This paper identifies the employment agglomeration impact of
transport investments through a measure of change in effective
employment density, using new empirical estimates of the
elasticity of productivity with respect ...
Public transport investment is normally targeted at
increasing accessibility which land rent theory identifies
will increase land values. There is clear interest in how
much land values increase to establish whether ...