Policy Analysis of Transport Networks
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Contents: Preface; New trends in policy making for transport and regional network integration, Marina van Geenhuizen, Aura Reggiani and Piet Rietveld. Part I Policy Analysis in the Transport Field: Equity issues in the evaluation of transport policies and transport infrastructure projects, Piet Rietveld, Jan Rouwendal and Arno van der Vlist; Economic impact assessment for analysing the viability of regional airports in Norway, Svein Brathen and Knut S. Eriksen; Modelling the short-term impacts of a nuclear accident on transportation flows, Peder Axensten; Models and realities: choosing transit projects for New York City, Robert Paaswell and Joseph Berechman; A framework for identifying and qualifying uncertainty in policy making: the case of intelligent transport systems, Marina van Geenhuizen and Wil Thissen; An evaluation of benefits from aircraft and high-speed train substitution, Moshe Givoni; The value of travel time in passenger and freight transport: an overview, Luca Zamparini and Aura Reggiani. Part II Transport Policies and Regional Network Integration: Less friction and more traffic? Examples of the impact of the fixed links of the Great Belt and Oresund on Danish firms' organization of transport and logistics, Leif Gjesing Hansen; Accessibility impacts of the trans-European railway network, J. Carlos Martin, Javier Gutierrez and Conception Roman; The role of infrastructure in location preferences of firms: an overview of empirical research for the Netherlands, Frank Bruinsma and Piet Rietveld; The spatial consequences of air transport deregulation: an overview of the French case since 1995, Pierre Zembri; ICTs and high-order integration of remote regions. Distance as a remaining barrier?, Marina van Geenhuizen; Interaction in the Baltic sea area. Patterns from an aviation perspective, Jan Henrik Nilsson; Structural convergence of the national economies of Europe, Marco Percoco, Sandy Dall'erba and Geoffrey J. D. Hewings; Index.