The imposition of organising and simplifying structures is
basic to understanding. Myths tacitly provide an alluring
simplification. Telling simple but powerful stories, they point
to specific cures. Those cures depend ...
This paper reports the results of an exploratory investigation
into the demand for packaged travel. Traditional models of
travel demand tend to adopt a simple specification of “price”
as a uni-dimensional construct. ...
This paper reviews the broad literature on the value of travel time
savings. Specific consideration is given to the economic theoretic
foundations and their translation into suitable empirical models;
the distinction ...
From a tourism perspective, shortcomings in the traditional evaluation procedures for road improvements include the valuation of traditional benefits without considering different values for tourism; the lack of valuation ...
It is generally acknowledged that consumers prefer to fly
with an airline that has an extensive network. Such
consumer preference is inducing airlines to form strategic
alliances with foreign airlines in order to attract ...
Existing approaches to estimating origin-destination trip
matrices (O-D) from traffic counts are often limited by the size
of a network. These approaches concentrate on achieving a
target O-D matrix obtained elsewhere ...
Hamed, Mohammad M.; Hensher, David A.; Al-Masaeid, Hashem R.(1995-02)
The taxi, as a supplier of urban passenger transport, is often sidelined in travel
demand studies, yet its role in the overall transport task is far from
marginal. Taxis are the most intensively used automobile transportation ...
The rate of change in infrastructure provision and of products based on
information and communication services demands a simultaneous
consideration of the policies, evaluation and regulatory frameworks for
ITS and NII ...
The idea of “balance” is being promoted for transport
development in Sydney, but the concept is mythical because
land-use – transport systems are dynamic and subject to
feedback. A brief historical overview of the arrival ...
IVHS (Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems) combine computing, sensors,
telecommunication to deliver a more effective road/vehicle system for freight
and passenger vehicles. Many of these technologies involve surveillan ...