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 ...
This is a renewed interest in intercity and long-distance rail services
in many countries, with both new high-speed rail services and
improvements to conventional rail under review. The current study
reports on an ...
One of the difficulties in the development of artificial neural
network (ANN) models is that, unlike statistical modelling where
estimates of sample size can be initially computed, the number of
samples or observations ...
One of the challenges in using field data for the development of neural
network incident detection models is to be able to train models that can
handle the noisy nature of the loop detector data. The noise in the ...
Hensher, David A.; Hooper, Paul G.; Robinson; Everett(1996-07)
The objective of this paper is to highlight the
environmental impacts associated with the provision of
transport services necessary for the movement of
passengers and goods. The management of the transport
This paper was presented at a VicRoads Workshop for road
safety engineers, held in Geelong on 2-5 June, 1996. It presents
an overview of accident analysis and investigation, with particular
emphasis on the role which ...
Papers presented at workshop on “Designing Transport & Urban
Forms for the Australia of the 21st Century” on Tuesday 30 April
1996 at the Institute of Transport Studies (Sydney), University of
Sydney. Four papers ...
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 ...
Accessibility by High Speed Rail (HSR) services between major
cities within a nation and across borders is growing in popularity.
Currently 15 nations are evaluating new HSR along the lines of the
successful systems in ...
Microeconomic reform has characterised the Australian maritime
sector over the last decade or so. Shipping reform, waterfront
reform and the current changing ownership strategies of state
governments throughout Australia ...