The behavioural value of travel time savings (VTTS)
remains a controversial data item in the evaluation of
transport projects. Over the last 40 years we have seen
numerous empirical studies seeking to enrich our
The empirical valuation of travel time savings is a derivative
of the ratio of parameter estimates in a discrete choice
model. The most common formulation (multinomial logit)
imposes strong restrictions on the profile ...
This paper reviews the basic methodology for the evaluation of transport projects in the UK and explains the changes currently being undertaken. The paper identifies the key elements as a very rigorous economic evaluation ...
Heaver, Trevor; Meersman, Hilde; Moglia, Francesca; Van de Voorde, Eddy(2000-02)
New horizontal and vertical integration agreements among the previously separate players in the international shipping and logistics industries are changing the characteristics of services and the structure of the industries. ...
Mixtures of revealed preference and stated preference data
are recognised by transportation researchers as offering a
richness of behavioural input to travel choice modelling
that is often absent from the isolated use ...
In the conduct of sample surveys in transport, there will
inevitably be some level of non-response. The issues of
non-response are fundamentally connected to the questions
of reducing survey bias and increasing the ...
Hensher, David A.; Duangphastra, Chackrit(2000-03)
The international and political bargaining process in the aviation
sector is heavily influenced by the views of stakeholders,
especially regulators, airlines and airport authorities. These views
are diverse and often ...
We report an inductive, qualitative investigation into third party
logistics contracts whose express purpose was to inform
subsequent case study research into the same. A salient feature
of the research is the methodology ...
This paper was prepared for the Disability and Ageing
The research addressed the following questions:
• Where do people get the information they require to
use bus services?
• Can people easily comprehend ...