This paper reviews the development of a number of education
programs for the transport industry. The need for these programs was
created by the privatisation of government activities. The programs
were developed in a ...
This paper provides an example of how TDM could be applied in
Australia with particular reference to university campuses. After
considering the different characteristics of Australian university
campuses in general, ...
Many jurisdictions continue to regulate transportation services to small
communities. These low density transport markets are subject to
economies that are lost when the market is fragmented among ...
Freeway incidents are events which result in a temporary reduction in
the capacity of the facility. Intelligent transport systems developments
are primarily concerned with ‘random’ freeway incidents such as
Walking and cycling are travel modes where the operating cost is
close to zero, and little or direct revenues flow from their usage.
This makes the evaluation of their contribution to transport more
difficult than for ...
Spatial information data has become widely available in a variety of
digital forms, and is of great interest to users and potential of
Geographical Information Systems. Most of the data has come from
the work in the ...
Taylor, Samantha Y; Green, Jeffrey; Richardson, Anthony Joseph(1998-03)
Following the success of the Victorian Activity & Travel Survey
(VATS) of household travel, the Transport Research Centre (TRC)
initiated a Freight Activity & Commercial Travel Survey (FACTS) to
provide a much needed ...
Transport policy and planning has relatively few but important
fundamentals. Research has focused on marginal issues and not
fundamentals. The paper reviews physical fundamentals, moves
through economic and financial, ...
As we move into the nineties the management of public
transport enterprises are being held more accountable for the
business they operate. The financial importance of the business
will continue to grow as government ...