Integrated transport policy: implications for regulation and competition
With an emphasis on land-based passenger transport - particularly rail and road - this collection assesses the implications for regulation and competition of integrated transport policies. Contributions to the volume trace the evolution of transport policy, focus on the pricing of infrastructure, examine the effectiveness of competition and the adequacy of the regulatory framework in the United Kingdom.
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Alternate Route: Toward Efficient Urban Transportation
Clifford Winston,Chad Shirley
Limited preview - 1998
The Evolution of UK Transport Policy Kenneth Button
Road Pricing and Road Finance 41 T David M Newbery
HOW EFFECTIVE IS COMPETITION?
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