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This study models the choices of Dutch railway users (aggregated at the 4 digit post code area) for access mode and departure railway stations. For each post code area a set of four access modes: car, public transport, bicycle and walking and a set three departure railway stations are identified. A nested logit model is estimated based on 1440 post code(More)
Railway stations function as nodes in transport networks and places in an urban environment. They have accessibility and environmental impacts, which contribute to property value. The literature on the effects of railway stations on property value is mixed in its finding in respect to the impact magnitude and direction, ranging from a negative to an(More)
Private operation of roads or transit companies may have certain benefits. Private operators may have better access to capital markets, so that the necessary funds for timely capacity expansions are more easily available. Furthermore, private operators may provide capacity in a more cost-effective manner and may operate it more efficiently, and may also be(More)
The car has gradually become the dominant transport mode in most cities in developed countries. However, there still are cities, such as London, Paris, and New York, where a large proportion of the workers use public transport. Therefore, to make a proper analysis of land and labour markets in such cities, both transport modes should be considered. Many(More)
In this paper a model, based on the nested multinomial logit model, is used to analyze airport competition and airline competition in a multiple airport region. It is shown that if the frequency elasticity of demand is smaller than 1, airfare-frequency and airport tax equilibria exist and are unique. Symmetric equilibria are derived analytically and their(More)