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Public transport values of time
This paper reports research on the valuations of public transport time relative to car travel time and on the valuations of the walk time, wait time and service headway associated with publicExpand
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The demand for public transport: a practical guide
The guide, produced by a consortium comprising TRL and partners from academia and the commercial transport industry, on behalf of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)Expand
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Estimation of the determinants of bicycle mode share for the journey to work using census data
A model is presented that relates the proportion of bicycle journeys to work for English and Welsh electoral wards to relevant socio-economic, transport and physical variables. A number of previousExpand
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The demand for public transport: The effects of fares, quality of service, income and car ownership
This paper reports on key findings from a collaborative study whose objective was to produce an up-to-date guidance manual on the factors affecting the demand for public transport for use by publicExpand
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Twenty Years of Rail Crowding Valuation Studies: Evidence and Lessons from British Experience
Abstract This paper reviews evidence from British experience of the valuation of rail crowding obtained over 20 years from 17 studies. It summarizes these studies, places some useful empiricalExpand
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A REVIEW OF BRITISH EVIDENCE ON TIME AND SERVICE QUALITY VALUATIONS
A large amount of evidence has been amassed in Great Britain on the values of time and a wide range of service quality attributes. This paper reports meta-analysis of a large number of valuations ofExpand
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Factors influencing the propensity to cycle to work
This paper describes the development of a mode choice model for the journey to work with special emphasis on the propensity to cycle. The model combines Revealed Preference (RP) and Stated PreferenceExpand
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Meta-analysis of UK values of travel time: An update
Numerous travel demand studies have been carried out over the past five decades, many of which produce estimates of the value of travel time. This includes a rich body of largely unpublishedExpand
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Models of perceived cycling risk and route acceptability.
Perceived cycling risk and route acceptability to potential users are obstacles to policy support for cycling and a better understanding of these issues will assist planners and decision makers. TwoExpand
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THE VALUE OF TRAVEL TIME. A REVIEW OF BRITISH EVIDENCE
This paper reviews British evidence regarding the value of travel time available from models developed since 1980. There are two main aspects to the review. First, a regression model has beenExpand
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