The Economic Effects of High Speed Rail Investment

@inproceedings{Rus2008TheEE,
  title={The Economic Effects of High Speed Rail Investment},
  author={G. Rus},
  year={2008}
}
The allocation of traffic between different transport modes follows transport user decisions which depend on the generalized cost of travel in the available alternatives. High Speed Rail (HSR) investment is a government decision with significant effects on the generalized cost of rail transport; and therefore on the modal split in corridors where private operators compete for traffic and charge prices close to total producer costs (infrastructure included). The rationale for HSR investment is… Expand
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