Dargay, JM; Goodwin, PB; (2000) Changing Prices: the role of pricing in travel behaviour and transport policy. Landor, London.
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The theme 'From Realism to Reality' focuses on the difficulties of converting the precepts of 'Transport: the New Realism' into practical policies on the ground. This study considers the issue of transport pricing, using dynamically specified, policy-sensitive assessment tolls in the context of institutional arrangements for seeking to use fuel prices, road pricing, and hypothecated revenue to support public transport service levels and prices. Provisional conclusions are that the combination of these methodological insights and policy applications gives rather more scope for influencing the growth of car and public transport use than has often been assumed
|Title:||Changing Prices: the role of pricing in travel behaviour and transport policy|
|ISBN:||1 899650 17 2|
|Keywords:||assessment, behaviour, dynamic modelling, fuel, growth, LEVEL, policy assessment, public, public transport, reality, roads, service, support, transport, transport policy, transport prices, Travel|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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