Transport and Ethics: Ethics and the Evaluation of Transport Policies and Projects
Prof. van Wee draws on extensive research and nearly three decades of professional experience to shine a welcome spotlight on a neglected yet critical area of transportation research and practice: the role of ethics in the ex ante evaluation of infrastruc
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activities addition area of transport argue Barabba behaviour benefits Chapter checklist choice options client climate change CO2 emissions codes of conduct concept conclusions countries decision makers Deontology discount rate discussion economic effects environmental equity ethical aspects ethical dilemmas ethical perspective ethically relevant evaluation of transport ex ante evaluations example firstly fossil fuels future Gini coefficient impacts important increase infrastructure projects intergenerational justice interviews least literature Lorenz curve losers methods mode choice monetary terms moral motorways Netherlands outcomes of interest output overview participation percent person potential preferences pricing probably problem projects and policies pros and cons QALYs question rail Rawls reasons reduce social exclusion respondents result risk road road pricing role safety levels scores on propositions Secondly Section society specific theories tion trade-offs transport infrastructure transport projects transport system utilitarian vehicles versus VOSL welfare