Hensher, David A.; Collins, Andrew T.; Rose, John M(2012)
This paper investigates support for road pricing reform within the framework of a referendum voting choice model. Central to this task is how to identify ex ante support for specific road pricing schemes, such that the ...
Hensher, David A.; Rose, John M; Collins, Andrew T(Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 2013)
This paper investigates support for road pricing reform within a referendum voting choice model. Central to this is how to identify believable ex-ante support for specific road pricing schemes. Our approach is centred on ...
Hensher, David A.; Rose, John M.; Collins, Andrew T.(2012-10)
This paper investigates support for road pricing reform within
the framework of a referendum voting choice model. Central to
this task is how to identify ex ante support for specific road
pricing schemes, such that the ...
Historically, the lack of modal integration was a key factor limiting public transport patronage
growth in South East Queensland (SEQ). In June 2002, the Queensland Government
announced a commitment to the introduction ...
Brooks, Mary R.; Puckett, Sean M.; Hensher, David A.; Sammons, Adrian(2011-10)
This research paper examines the Australian domestic freight
transport market, focusing on the decision-making process by
which cargo interests and their agents make mode choice
allocation decisions between land-based ...
Hensher, David A.; Mulley, Corinne; Rose, John M.(2014-03)
Despite the plea for a rational debate on the role of alternative
public transport modes, there is often great resistance to some
options on essentially ideological and emotional grounds. The
aim of this paper is to ...
Shelat, Sanmay; Huisman, Raymond; van Oort, Niels(2017)
Several cities around the world are facing mobility related problems such as traffic
congestion and air pollution. Although limited individually, the combination of bicycle and
transit offers speed and accessibility; by ...
This paper presents one researchers perception of selective
emphases in the body of travel behaviour research which have
had and/or may in the future have a non-marginal impact on the
way that research activity is ...
O’Fallon, Carolyn; Sullivan, Charles; Hensher, David A.(2002-08)
In New Zealand as elsewhere, there is an increasing interest in
alleviating congestion on the road transport network to improve
economic productivity, reduce pollution, and to use the transport
network more effectively. ...
Bliemer, Michiel C.J.; Raadsen, Mark P.H.; Brederode, Luuk; Bell, Michael G.H.; Wismans, Luc J.J.(2014-04)
This paper presents a theoretical framework to derive static,
quasi-dynamic, and semi-dynamic traffic assignment models
from a general first order dynamic traffic assignment model. By
explicit derivation from a dynamic ...
Alonso-González, María J.; van Oort, Niels; Oded, Cats; Hoogendoorn, Serge(2017)
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is entering the transportation market. MaaS aims at the full
integration of the existing transportation services and it offers tailored mobility packages to
the user. In MaaS ecosystems, ...
Freight transport is a key component of the role for roads in the
national economy, particularly in urban areas, but our
understanding of the urban freight transport system is very
limited. Until recently there were ...
Aragão, Joaquim José Guilherme de; Santos, Enilson Medeiros dos; Dourado, Anísio Brasileiro de Freitas(Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies. Faculty of Economics and Business. The University of Sydney, 2001-01-01)
Urban public transport continues to be a high priority social
obligation of governments throughout the world. In some
jurisdictions it is the prime responsibility of national
governments, while in other localities it ...
The Fourth International Conference on Competition and Ownership
in Land Passenger Transporti, held 10-12 July 1995 in Rotorua,
New Zealand, provided a forum for presentation and debate on the
latest developments in the ...
Urban transport research and planning is facing some major challenges. There is a new
realism emerging which is recognising that it is not possible to construct enough
capacity to match projected growth in traffic, ...
Urban transport problems have become major community concerns in Australian’s largest cities, a reflection of significant market failures in facility and service provision. This paper suggests that a lack of focus on ...