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Bottlenecks in Transport Research

Authors: Sverre Strand
Report nr: 431/1999
ISBN: 82-480-0092-3
Language: Norwegian
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This report focuses on some basic problems of transport research. The intention is to discuss why these, for a number of reasons, should also be termed bottleneck problems in relation to the applicability of applied research. The following topics as bottleneck problems are discussed in some detail: - Behaviour-relevant private car costs - Behaviour-relevant time costs - Generalised costs and cost-benefit analysis - Attitude surveys and self-ability - Forecasting history versus forecasting the future - Indirect effects and the perfect traffic forecast


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