Discussion paper / International Transport Forum

Vorheriger Titel: Vorg. OECD. Joint Transport Research Centre
Körperschaft: OECD, International Transport Forum [Verfasser]
OECD [Herausgebendes Organ]
Format: Elektronische Schriftenreihe, Monographische Schriftenreihe
Sprache: Englisch
veröffentlicht: Paris: OECD, 2011-
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ISSN: 2223-439X
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Band Jahr Titel
2016-03 February 2016 Estimating wider economic impacts in transport project prioritisation using ex-post analysis prepared for the roundtable: Quantifying the Socio-Economic Benefits of Transport, 9-10 November 2015, International Energy Agency, Paris, France Glen Weisbrod (Economic Development Research Group, Boston, MA, USA)
2016-02 February 2016 Forecasting travel time reliability in road transport a new model for the Netherlands : prepared for the roundtable: Quantifying the Socio-Economic Benefits of Transport, 9-10 November 2015, International Energy Agency, Paris, France Marco Kouwenhoven (Significance, The Hague, Netherlands), Pim Warffemius (KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, The Netherlands)
2016-05 February 2016 Incorporating wider economic impacts within cost-benefit appraisal prepared for the roundtable: Quantifying the Socio-Economic Benefits of Transport, 9-10 November 2015, International Energy Agency, Paris, France Anthony J. Venables (Department of Economics, University of Oxford, UK)
no. 2016-08 February 2016 Private sector participation in infrastructure can the price of risk transfer be efficient? Dejan Makovšek (International Transport Forum Paris, France), Marian Moszoro (University of California at Berkeley, USA)
2016-1 February 2016 The regulatory asset base and project finance models an analysis of incentives for efficiency Dejan Makovšek and Daniel Veryard (International Transport Forum, Paris, France)
2016-04 February 2016 The valuation of travel time variability prepared for the roundtable: Quantifying the Socio-Economic Benefits of Transport, 9-10 November 2015, International Energy Agency, Paris, France Mogens Fosgerau (Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark)
no. 2016-07 March 2016 The efficiency impact of open access competition in rail markets the case of domestic passenger services in Europe Lorenzo Casullo (International Transport Forum, Paris, France)
no. 2016-09 May 2016 Travel behaviour response to major transport system disruptions implications for smarter resilience planning ; prepared for the Roundtable on Preparing for Major Disruptions to Transport Systems (19/05/2016, Leipzig) Greg Marsden, Jillian Anable, Jeremy Shires (Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK), Iain Docherty (Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK)
2016, 06 April 2016 Roundtable summaries and conclusions from the Roundtable: Quantifying the Socio-Economic Benefits of Transport, 9-10 November 2015, International Energy Agency, Paris, France Daniel Veryard (International Transport Forum, Paris, France)
no. 2016, 10 September 2016 Deregulation, franchising, outsourcing and corporatisation in local public transport international experience ; prepared for the Working Group on Public Transport Market Organisation and Innovation Graham Currie (Public Transport Research Group, Institute of Transport Studies, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University, Australia)
no. 2016, 11 September 2016 High speed rail competition in Italy a major railway reform with a "win-win game"? ; prepared for the Working Group on Public Transport Market Organisation and Innovation Christian Desmaris (Laboratoire Aménagement Économie Transports, University of Lyon, France)
no. 2016, 12 September 2016 Competitive tendering in local and regional public transport in the Netherlands prepared for the Working Group on Public Transport Market Organisation and Innovation Didier van de Velde (Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft, Netherlands), Fons Savelberg (KiM, Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, The Hague, Netherlands)
no. 2016, 13 April 2016 Is congestion pricing fair? consumer and citizen perspectives on equity effects ; prepared for the Roundtable on Income inequality, social inclusion and mobility (4-5 April 2016; Paris, France) Jonas Eliasson (Department for Transport Science, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)
no. 2016, 14 April 2016 Housing plus transportation affordability indices uses, opportunities, and challenges ; technical paper on the Center for Neighborhood Technology's H+T affordability index for OECD roundtable on income inequality, social inclusion, and mobility ; prepared for the Roundtable on Income inequality, social inclusion and mobility (4-5 April 2016; Paris, France) Erick Guerra (Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania, United States), Mariel Kirschen (Master's Student in City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania, United States)
no. 2016, 15 April 2016 How equitable is access to opportunities and basic services considering the impact of the level of service? the case of Santiago, Chile ; prepared for the Roundtable on Income inequality, social inclusion and mobility (4-5 April 2016; Paris, France) Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Santiago, Chile), Juan Carlos Muñoz (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Santiago, Chile), Ricardo Hurtubia (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, School of Architecture & Department of Transport Engineering and Logistics, Santiago, Chile)
no. 2016, 16 April 2016 Balancing financial sustainability and affordability in public transport the case of Bogota, Colombia ; prepared for the Roundtable on Income inequality, social inclusion and mobility (4-5 April 2016; Paris, France) Camila Rodríguez Hernández (The World Bank Group, Washington DC, United States), Tatiana Peralta-Quiros (The World Bank Group, Washington DC, United States)
no. 2016, 17 April 2016 Perspectives for integrating housing location considerations and transport planning as a means to face social exclusion in Indian cities prepared for the Roundtable on Income inequality, social inclusion and mobility (4-5 April 2016; Paris, France) Geetam Tiwari (Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India)
no. 2016, 18 April 2016 National issues in the USA in economic development, mobility and income inequality prepared for the Roundtable on Income inequality, social inclusion and mobility (4-5 April 2016; Paris, France) Alan E. Pisarski (Alan Pisarski Consultancy, Falls Church Virginia, USA)
no. 2016, 19 September 2016 Challenges in better coordinating Tokyo's urban rail services prepared for the Working Group on Public Transport Market Organisation and Innovation Hironori Kato (Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan)
no. 2017, 01 February 2017 The economics of enhancing accessibility estimating the benefits and costs of participation prepared for the Roundtable on Economics of Accessible Transport, 3-4 March 2016, Paris Bridget R.D. Burdett (TDG Ltd, Hamilton, New Zealand), Stuart M. Locke (Department of Finance, University of Waikato Management School, Hamilton, New Zealand), Frank Scrimgeour (Institute for Business Research, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand)
no. 2017, 02 February 2017 The benefits of improving access to the United Kingdom rail network via the Access For All programme prepared for the Roundtable on The Economic Benefits of Improved Accessibility to Transport Systems 03-04 March 2016, Paris Tony Duckenfield (Steer Davies Gleave)
no. 2017, 03 February 2017 Towards a framework for identifying and measuring the benefits of accessibility prepared for the Roundtable on The Benefits of Accessibility, March 3-4, 2016, Paris Daphne Federing (HDR, Washington, DC, United States of America), David Lewis (HDR, Ottawa, Canada)
no. 2017, 04 February 2017 Economic benefits of improved accessibility to transport systems and the role of transport in fostering tourism for all prepared for the Roundtable on The Economic Benefits of Improved Accessibility to Transport Systems (3-4 March 2016, Paris) Markus Rebstock (University of Applied Sciences, Transport and Spatial Planning Institute, Erfurt, Germany)
no. 2017, 05 April 2017 Assessing regulatory changes in the transport sector an introduction : prepared for the Roundtable on Assessing Regulatory Changes in the Transport Sector (6-7 October 2016, Stockholm, Sweden) Lorenzo Casullo and Nathan Zhivov (International Transport Forum at the OECD, Paris, France)
no. 2017, 06 May 2017 Real-word vehicle emissions prepared for the report "Strategies for Mitigating Air Pollution in Mexico City" Norbert Ligterink (TNO)
no. 2017, 07 July 2017 Automation of the driving task some possible consequences and governance challenges ; prepared for the Roundtable on Cooperative Mobility Systems and Automated Driving (6-7 December 2016) Tom Cohen & Clémence Cavoli (UCL Centre for Transport Studies, London, UK)
no. 2017, 08 July 2017 Select legal considerations for shared automated driving prepared for the Roundtable on Cooperative Mobility Systems and Automated Driving (6-7 December 2016) Bryant Walker Smith (South Carolina Law School, Coloumbia, USA)
no. 2017, 09 July 2017 Shared automated vehicles review of business models ; prepared for the Roundtable on Cooperative Mobility Systems and Automated Driving (6-7 December 2016) Adam Stocker and Susan Shaheen, Ph.D. (Transportation Sustainability Research Center, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA)
no. 2017, 10 July 2017 Human factors, user requirements, and user acceptance of ride-sharing in automated vehicles prepared for the Roundtable on Cooperative Mobility Systems and Automated Driving (6-7 December 2016) Natasha Merat and Ruth Madigan (Institute for Transport Studies, University Of Leeds, Leeds, UK), Sina Nordhoff (Transport & Planning, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change, Berlin, Germany)
no. 2017, 11 June 2017 The evolution of public transport contracts in France prepared for the Working Group on Public Transport Market Organisation and Innovation Odile Heddebaut (Université Paris-Est, AME, DEST, Ifsttar, France)
no. 2017, 12 August 2017 Structural change and the freight transport labour market prepared for the Roundtable on Commercial Vehicle On-Board Safety Systems, January 5-6, 2017, Washington, DC Mårten Blix (Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, Sweden)
no. 2017, 13 August 2017 Infrastructure for commercial vehicle safety prepared for the Roundtable on Commercial Vehicle On-Board Safety Systems, January 5-6, 2017, Washington, DC Christopher M. Poe, Ph.D., P.E. (Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Dallas, Texas, USA)
no. 2017, 14 August 2017 Evolution of technology for commercial vehicle safety prepared for the Roundtable on Commercial Vehicle On-Board Safety Systems, January 5-6, 2017, Washington, DC Peter Sweatman (CAVita LLC)
no. 2017, 15 August 2017 On-board safety systems enablement of management and logistics ; prepared for the Roundtable on Commercial Vehicle On-Board Safety Systems, January 5-6, 2017, Washington, DC John Woodrooffe (Woodrooffe Dynamics LLC, Ann Arbor MI, USA)
no. 2017, 16 August 2017 Why SMS an introduction and overview of safety management systems ; prepared for the Roundtable on Safety Management Systems (23-24 March 2017 - Paris) Daniel Maurino (Independent Safety Consultant)
no. 2017, 17 August 2017 The role of the regulator in SMS prepared for the Roundtable on Safety Management Systems (23-24 March 2017 - Paris) Terry Kelly (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
no. 2017, 18 August 2017 Overcoming obstacles to implementing SMS prepared for the Roundtable on Safety Management Systems (23-24 March 2017 - Paris) Jouni Lappalainen (Special Adviser, Finnish Transport Safety Agency, Finland)
no. 2017, 19 August 2017 Jousting with dragons a resilience engineering approach to managing SMS in the transport sector ; prepared for the Roundtable on Safety Management Systems (23-24 March 2017 - Paris) Eric Arne Lofquist (BI Norwegian Business School, Bergen, Norway)
no. 2017, 20 August 2017 The investigation of safety management systems and safety culture prepared for the Roundtable on Safety Management Systems (23-24 March 2017 - Paris) Simon French (Chief Inspector of Rail Accidents), Tabitha Steel (Human Factors Specialist Rail Accident Investigation Branch, United Kingdom)
no. 2017, 21 July 2017 Modern tram and public transport integration in Chinese cties a case study of Suzhou : prepared for the Roundtable on Integrated and sustainable urban transport (24-25 April 2017, Tokyo) Chia-Lin Chen (Department of Urban Planning and Design, Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China)
no. 2017, 22 [16 August 2017] Measuring integration and urban sustainability with indicators monitoring progress towards integrated public transport : prepared for the Roundtable on Integrated and sustainable urban transport (24-25 April 2017, Tokyo) Zsuzsanna Olofsson (City of Trondheim, Trondheim, Norway), Karin Brundell Freij (WSP Sweden, Malmö, Sweden)
no. 2017, 23 July 2017 Synergies from improved cycling-transit integration towards an integrated urban mobility system : prepared for the Roundtable on Integrated and Sustainable Urban Transport, 24-25 April 2017, Tokyo Roland Kager (Studio Bereikbaar, Rotterdam, The Netherlands), Lucas Harms (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
no. 2017, 24 September 2017 Influencing air connectivity outcomes prepared for the Roundtable on Capacity building through efficient use of existing airport infrastructure, 9-10 March 2017, Querétaro Guillaume Burghouwt (SEO Amsterdam Economics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
no. 2017, 25 September 2017 To allocate slots or not: that is the question prepared for the Roundtable on Capacity building through efficient use of existing airport infrastructure, 9-10 March 2017, Querétaro Nicole Adler and Ekaterina Yazhemsky (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
no. 2017, 26 September 2017 Time to sweat the assets? the analysis of two airport cases of restricted capacity in different continents : prepared for the Roundtable on Capacity building through efficient use of existing airport infrastructure, 9-10 March 2017, Querétaro Miguel Mujica, Mota Geert Boosten (Aviation Academy of Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands), Catya Zuniga (Aeronautic University of Querétaro, Querétaro, México)
no. 2017, 27 October 2017 Capacity building through efficient use of existing airport infrastructure summary report of the Roundtable on Capacity Building through Efficient Use of Existing Airport Infrastructure (9-10 March 2017, Querétaro) Jagoda Egeland (International Transport Forum), Paul Smale (Department for Transport, United Kingdom)
no. 2017, 28 September 2017 Alternative solutions to airport saturation simulation models applied to congested airports : prepared for the Roundtable on Capacity building through efficient use of existing airport infrastructure, 9-10 March 2017, Querétaro Doctor Alfonso Herrera García (Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, Coordinacion de Integracion del Transporte. Laboratorio Nacional CONACYT en Sistemas de Transporte y Logistica. Queretaro, Mexico)
no. 2018, 01 February 2018 Understanding urban travel behaviour by gender for efficient and equitable transport policies Wei-Shiuen Ng and Ashley Acker (International Transport Forum, Paris, France)
no. [2018, 02] 11 Jul 2018 The safety of e-bikes in The Netherlands Paul Schepers (Consumer and Safety Institute, Amsterdam), Karin Klein Wolt (Ultrecht University), Elliot Fishman (Institute for Sensible Transport, Melbourne)
no. [2018, 03] 03 Jul 2018 The safety of bike share systems Paul Schepers (Utrecht University), Elliot Fishman (Institute for Sensible Transport, Melbourne)
no. [2018, 04] 25 Sep 2018 Light protection of cycle lanes best practices Brian Deegan (Urban Movement)
no. [2018, 05] 25 Sep 2018 Exposure-adjusted road fatality rates for cycling and walking in European countries Alberto Castro (University of Zurich), Sonja Kahlmeier (University of Zurich), Thomas Gotschi (University of Zurich)
no. [2018, 06] 28 Aug 2018 London's accessibility indicators strengths, weaknesses, challenges Aliasgar Inayathusein (Transport Appraisal and Modelling, Transport for London), Simon Cooper (Transport Appraisal and Modelling, Transport for London)
no. [2018, 07] 29 Aug 2018 Challenges for accessibility planning and research in the context of sustainable mobility Cecília Silva (Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto & Research Centre for Territory, Transport and Environment, Porto), Anders Larsson (School of Business, Economics and Law of the University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg)
no. [2018, 08] 29 Aug 2018 How the inaccessibility index can improve transport planning and investment Floridea Di Ciommo (cambiaMO, Madrid)
no. [2018, 09] 29 Aug 2018 Transport planning with accessibility indices in the Netherlands Karst T. Geurs (University of Twente, Enschede)
no. [2018, 10] 25 Sep 2018 Container ship size and port relocation Olaf Merk (International Transport Forum)
no. [2018, 11] 28 Sep 2018 Traffic planning in port-cities Peter Hall (Simon Fraser University, Vancouver)
no. [2018, 12] 03 Oct 2018 The container port of Buenos Aires in the mega-ship era Olaf Merk (International Transport Forum)
no. [2018, 13] 12 Oct 2018 Assessing the net overall distributive effect of a congestion charge Jillian Anable (University of Leeds), Phil Goodwin (University College London)
no. [2018, 14] 12 Oct 2018 Long-term effects of the Swedish congestion charges Maria Börjesson (Swedish National Road an Transport Research Institute)
no. [2018, 15] 17 Oct 2018 Reforming private and public urban transport pricing Stef Proost (Catholic University of Leuven)
no. [2018, 16] 19 Oct 2018 Urban toll rethinking acceptability through accessibility Yves Crozet (University of Lyon II), Aurélie Mercier (University of Lyon II)
no. [2018, 17] 17 Oct 2018 Efficiency and sustainability in multimodal supply chains Jean-Paul Rodrigue (Hofstra University, Hempstead)
no. [2018, 18] 17 Oct 2018 Innovation and technology in multimodal supply chains Lóránt Tavasszy (Delft University of Technology)
no. [2018, 19] 19 Oct 2018 The mitigation of risk in resilient supply chains Martin Christopher (Cranfield University)
no. [2018, 20] 09 Nov 2018 The billion dollar question how much will it cost to decarbonise cities' transport systems? Nicolas Wagner (International Transport Forum, Paris)
no. [2018, 21] 31 Oct 2018 Inland waterways, transport corridors and urban waterfronts Antoine Beyer (University of Cergy, France)
no. [2018, 22] 25 Oct 2018 Collaboration in supply chain management a resilience perspective Ruth Banomyong (Thammasat Business School)
no. [2018, 23] 30 Oct 2018 Public transport governance in Greater Barcelona Frederic Lloveras Minguell (MCRIT, Barcelona)
no. [2018, 24] 26 Nov 2018 The economics of regulating ride-hailing and dockless bike share Rex Deighton-Smith (International Transport Forum, Paris)
no. [2018, 25] 04 Dec 2018 Optimising new mobility services Dana Yanocha (Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, New York City)
no. [2019, 01] 15 Jan 2019 App-based collective transport service in Mexico City a start-up case study Onésimo Flores Dewey (Jetty, Mexico City)
no. [2019, 02] 22 Feb 2019 Influence of ICT on public transport use and behaviour in Seoul Sungwon Lee, Gyeng Chul Kim, Seung Kook Wu, Jieun Oh (Korea Transport Institute)
no. [2019, 03] 26 Feb 2019 The influence of technologies and lifestyle on the value of time Phil Goodwin (University of the West of England, Bristol)
no. [2019, 04] 04 Mar 2019 Updated estimates of the relationship between the business cycle and traffic fatalities Rune Elvik (The Institute of Transport Economics, Oslo)