Road rage is a form of aggressive behaviour by drivers on
roadways. The paper addresses two questions: firstly, to what
extent is road rage related to driver perceptions, characteristics
and background? Secondly, how ...
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, ...
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
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 ...
This paper develops a framework within which multiple agents
make discrete choices in respect of a common objective - the
determination of participation in distributed work, especially the
opportunities and constraints ...
Globalisation is an inevitable path for many types of
organisations as they strive to attain and defend competitive
advantage and strategic alliances are a necessary part of this
process. Cooperative behaviour and ...
This paper investigates the assumptions underlying three
important dimensions of work design, place, distance and time,
and their significant linkages to flexible work scheduling and
travel behaviour. Work design, defined ...