Report of the eighty-third Round Table on Transport Economics, held in Paris on 7th-8th December 1989 on the following topic: the role of the state in a deregulated transport market, Volume 68
ECMT, 1991 - Transportation - 141 pages
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accident rate air transport airlines airports areas authorities BUS DEREGULATION bus operations bus services buses capacity carriers cartels cent changes commercial computerised concentration concerned contestable contestable market contract costs countries crisis demand domestic drivers economic effects of deregulation efficient ensure entrant European Communities expected firms foreign freight transport German hauliers impact improved increase incumbents infrastructure JNR restructuring JNR Settlement Corporation JR companies liberalisation licence London London Regional Transport long-distance market entry mergers modes National Bus Company National Express nationalised organisation own-account transport passenger transport potential privatisation problem profits public transport railways reduced regional regulations requirements responsible restrictions result road freight road haulage road safety routes Scottish Bus Group shippers single European market subsidy substantial Table Telefax tion tonne-kilometres traffic transport market transport policy transport sector transport services transport undertakings trend trucks United Kingdom vehicles