|Title:||Assessing Data and Modeling Needs for Urban Transport Sector: An Australian Perspective|
|Authors:||Hensher, David A.|
|Abstract:||Managing the transport assets of an urban economy and ensuring that change is in accordance with suitable performance measures requires continuing improvement in analytical power and empirical information. One crucial input in an ongoing review of data and modeling capability for improving planning and policy support in the urban transport sector is a recognition of the role of stakeholders and the impact they can have in supporting the ongoing commitment to implementing a state of practice data and modeling strategy. This paper presents a multi-stage stakeholder assessment of data and modeling needs (primarily in the urban passenger context) in Australia that is required to ensure the continuity of appropriate deliverables to a market of diverse stakeholders. The implementation of the framework of inquiry enables data and modeling agencies to remain current and relevant. Such an exercise should be encouraged from time to time as part of good practice.|
|Type of Work:||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||ITLS Working Papers 2000|
|ITS-WP-00-10.pdf||140.06 kB||Adobe PDF|
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