Under the New South Wales Passenger Transport Act 1990,
each commercial contract for providing a bus service must
stipulate a scale of minimum service levels. It is a means for the
Government to ensure that all the ...
Hensher, David A.; Louviere, Jordan; Swait, Joffre(1997-04)
This paper brings together several research streams and concepts
that have been evolving in random utility choice theory: first, it
reviews the literature on stated preference (SP) elicitation
methods and introduces the ...
The Asia-Pacific region is expected to be the main region of growth in airline travel for
at least the next two decades. According to the forecasts, China will become one of the
largest domestic airline markets in the ...
Travel demand management (TDM) addresses the problems of
energy consumption and pollution associated with increased motor
vehicle use through strategies focused on improving asset
utilisation, physical restraint, pricing, ...
This paper looks at the application of GPS, GIS, wireless
communication networks and Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)
technology to freight data collection. The Transport Research
Centre (in Melbourne) is undertaking a ...
This paper examines the operation of urban bus transport systems
based upon exclusive bus roadways (busways) in three cities in
Brazil. The historic, economic, political, regulatory and operating
context for these ...
This paper considers the wider transport policy implications of
bus deregulation, especially the links with environmental
objectives. The major themes are the role of markets in creating
opportunities through incentives ...
Terminals: a Review which was prepared for the Western Australian Department of Transport
and which was completed in April 1996.
The Department was concerned at the continuing low levels of stevedoring productivity ...
As the commercial airline industry developed during the 1940's and
1950's, there was universal acceptance of the need to control entry,
to regulate fares and to encourage airlines to cross-subsidise
unprofitable services. ...
Urban road traffic congestion problems which accounts to some
substantial loss to the economy can only be reduced if the
interaction between vehicles, infrastructure and transport
management can be handled in a more ...