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The value of travel speed

@inproceedings{Goeverden2021TheVO,
  title={The value of travel speed},
  author={Cornelis Dirk van Goeverden},
  year={2021}
}
Travel speed is an intrinsic feature of transport, and enlarging the speed is considered as beneficial. The benefit of a speed increase is generally assessed as the value of the saved travel time. However, this approach conflicts with the observation that time spent on travelling is rather constant and might not be affected by speed changes. The paper aims to define the benefits of a speed increase and addresses two research questions. First, how will a speed increase in person transport work… 

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