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DIFFERENT User Reaction and Efficient DIFFERENTiation of Charges and Tolls - First Survey of Theory on Differentiated Charging; Formulation of Hypotheses and of Methodological Framework Deliverable D3.1

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Bielefeldt, C. (2006)
DIFFERENT User Reaction and Efficient DIFFERENTiation of Charges and Tolls - First Survey of Theory on Differentiated Charging; Formulation of Hypotheses and of Methodological Framework Deliverable D3.1. Edinburgh Napier University
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DIFFERENT user reaction and efficient DIFFERENTiation of charges and tolls - Hypotheses on effect of differentiated charging on Intermodal chains and modal split. Executive summary Deliverable 10.1

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Bielefeldt, C. (2006)
DIFFERENT user reaction and efficient DIFFERENTiation of charges and tolls - Hypotheses on effect of differentiated charging on Intermodal chains and modal split. Executive summary Deliverable 10.1. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Napier University
No abstract available.

DIFFERENT user reaction and efficient DIFFERENTiation of charges and tolls - First Test of Hypotheses Executive summary Deliverable 3.2

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Bielefeldt, C. (2006)
DIFFERENT user reaction and efficient DIFFERENTiation of charges and tolls - First Test of Hypotheses Executive summary Deliverable 3.2. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Napier University
No abstract available.

SECA Regulations, Modal Shift and Transport System Effects: The Case of Sweden, Report for the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), Stockholm

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Bergqvist, R., & Cullinane, K. (2013)
SECA Regulations, Modal Shift and Transport System Effects: The Case of Sweden, Report for the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), Stockholm. Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), Stockholm
Report for the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), Stockholm. Technical Report. Department of Business Administration, Industrial and Financial Management & Logis...

DIFFERENT user reaction and efficient DIFFERENTiation of charges and tolls - Interim Results of Behavioural Analysis and Framework Deliverable D4.1

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Bielefeldt, C. (2006)
DIFFERENT user reaction and efficient DIFFERENTiation of charges and tolls - Interim Results of Behavioural Analysis and Framework Deliverable D4.1
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Economic evaluation of road investment proposals: valuing travel time savings for freight.

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Fuller, T. N., Rockcliffe, N., Wigan, M., Tsolakis, D. & Thoresen, T. (2003)
Economic evaluation of road investment proposals: valuing travel time savings for freight
Faster more reliable freight movements make up a substantial proportion of the economic benefits generated by road and transport investment. However techniques for assessing a...

An Analysis of Potential Solutions for Improving Interconnectivity of Passenger Networks. INTERCONNECT Deliverable 3.1

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Bonsall, P., Abrantes, P., Bak, M., Bielefeldt, C., Borkowski, P., Maffii, S., …de Stasio, C. (2011)
An Analysis of Potential Solutions for Improving Interconnectivity of Passenger Networks. INTERCONNECT Deliverable 3.1. Edinburgh: Trasnport Research Institute
An Analysis of Potential Solutions for Improving Interconnectivity of Passenger Networks.

Factors affecting interconnectivity in passengertransport - Case studies. Deliverable D4.1 of INTERCONNECT.

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Ulied, A., Bielefeldt, C., Biosca, O., Matthews, B., Shires, J., Schnell, O., …Saugstrup, S. (2010)
Factors affecting interconnectivity in passengertransport - Case studies. Deliverable D4.1 of INTERCONNECT
This report looks forward to examining selected representative cases of initiatives already implemented in Europe or proposed for the short term, that seek to improve intercon...

COMPASS: optimised co-modal passenger transport fro reducing carbon emissions - An assessment of the potential impact of ICT solutions on a co-modal transport system.

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Biosca, O., Ulied, A., Bielefeldt, C., Calvet, M., Larrea, E., de Stasio, C., …Stewart, K. (2013)
COMPASS: optimised co-modal passenger transport fro reducing carbon emissions - An assessment of the potential impact of ICT solutions on a co-modal transport system. Edinburgh, Scotland: European Commission
This deliverable is the synthesis of the work carried out in WP6 of the COMPASS project, centred on the assessment of ITS transport solutions to improve co-modality in Europe....

COMPASS: optimised co-modal passenger transport for reducing carbon emissions- user response to suggested ICT solutions.

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Bak, M., Borkowski, P., Matthews, B., Wardman, M., Biosca, O., Ulied, A., …Winder, M. (2013)
COMPASS: optimised co-modal passenger transport for reducing carbon emissions- user response to suggested ICT solutions. Scotland: European Commission
This deliverable reports on the results of surveys accompanying COMPASS case studies. The analysis of a balanced set of cases in terms of topics and geographical coverage allo...