|Authors:||Knut Sandberg Eriksen, Trond Arnljot Jensen, Marit Killi|
The aim of this project has been to evaluate the consistence of cost-benefit analyses across the borders of the the traditional transport sectors, road, air, sea and rail transport. A discussion of examples of cost-benefit analyses of projects comprising activities in more than one sector shows that it frequently is profitable to apply transport models to forecast trafic and to calculate benefits. The quality of the method tools of the transport sectors varies between sectors, and there has so far been little consistence. In all sectors work has been initiated to improve the method tools.