Hensher, David A.; Daniels, Rhonda; DeMellow, Ian(1994-07)
This paper revises the findings of the Productivity of Australian
Railways study released by ITS in 1992. The findings were released
as Research Report ITS-RR-92-1, as Working Paper ITS-WP-92-7
and as a paper published ...
The aim of this paper is to take a closer look at some of the
challenges facing governments who would like to support public
transport if the case for its contribution to urban sustainability is
proven. This paper ...
This paper investigates the home to work trip characteristics following the
Gulf crisis and the huge influx of Gulf returnees (mainly from Kuwait).
These characteristics are measured through specifying and estimating
There is much debate concerning the applicability of IVHS to
public transport improvements. In particular, Computerised
Public Transport Management Systems (CPTMS) are being seen
by many as the answer to some of the ...
Many jurisdictions continue to regulate transportation services to small
communities. These low density transport markets are subject to
economies that are lost when the market is fragmented among ...
Walking and cycling are travel modes where the operating cost is
close to zero, and little or direct revenues flow from their usage.
This makes the evaluation of their contribution to transport more
difficult than for ...
Spatial information data has become widely available in a variety of
digital forms, and is of great interest to users and potential of
Geographical Information Systems. Most of the data has come from
the work in the ...
This paper sets out to appraise the body of literature which has
investigated the potential role of a large number of strategies
designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, in line with the
objectives set under the Rio ...
With the increasing number of panel data sets available in transport, the
opportunity exists for the study of the time frame a household uses in
making transport decisions. Panels collect data at regular points in ...
In recognition of the dynamic nature of many consumer decisions, household-based panel
studies have been designed and implemented in a number of non-tourism contexts. Such
panels involve the monitoring of individual and ...