|Authors:||Bård Norheim, Åse Nossum|
In order to find decision-makers’ preferences for alternative financing schemes and different use of policy instruments for urban public transport, Institute of Transport Economics carried out a Stated Preference study in the five largest Norwegian cities in 2004. The objective was to find preferences of different kind of Dutch treats (financing partnerships). The case in this study was to use Dutch treats to improve the public transport. The study was a self-administrated Internet survey with customized design and the respondents were recruited by e-mail. This report gives a summary of the results and a documentation of the survey.