The aim of this paper is to identify trends and issues in residential and
household patterns, primarily in urban areas, which have implications for
the strategic direction of the Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW.
Hensher, David A.; Battellino, Helen; Mackay, Annabel(1994-04)
The objective of this paper is to establish an appreciation of the
changing nature of labour force participation and work practices
as they impact on mobility and road transport needs. As more
workers have shorter and ...
Price bundling is the term used to describe the practice of
selling two or more goods or services for a single price,
often involving a form of discount. Most interest in this
practice has focused on its use by monopolies ...
This paper reports the results of an econometric analysis of the influences
on on-road behaviour of long distance truck drivers in Australia. The
approach is couched in terms of a utility maximisation framework in which
Walking is viewed from many different perspectives, but lacks both
informed advocacy groups and a unified policy treatment. As a result, the
weight given to pedestrian movements is inconsistent, and an appropriate
A new wave of liberalisation of airline markets is taking place in less devel
oped nations, although the initial motivation in most cases is to supplement
the capacity of the government’s own airline. Liberalisation tends ...
Packaging has been a popular means of selling travel for
over a century and in no small way has been responsible for
the development of mass markets. In the light of this, it is
surprising to find that there has been ...
Nepal is one of the world's poorest countries, but it has natural and
cultural assets that have enabled it to generate a sizeable tourism
industry. As part of a strategy to increase the nation's income from
tourism, His ...
The environmental impacts of roads are of increasing
community concern. There is growing recognition that the
environmental impacts of road projects should be better included
in project decision-making and project ...
The provision of transport for the “transport disadvantaged” has become
an increasingly important policy area. The ageing of the Australian population
and the need to ensure equal opportunity for all members of the ...