Working Papers 2004

ITS-WP-04-01 Adobe PDF Document
Information Processing Strategies in Stated Choice Studies: The Implications on Willingness to Pay of Respondents Ignoring Specific Attributes
David A Hensher
ITS-WP-04-02 Adobe PDF Document
Melbournes Public Transport Franchising: Lessons for PPPs
John Stanley and David A Hensher
ITS-WP-04-03 Adobe PDF Document
Performance Based Contracts
David A Hensher and Erne Houghton
ITS-WP-04-04 Adobe PDF Document
A Review of the Procedures Associated with Devising Emergency Evacuation Plans
Rahaf Alsnih and Peter Stopher
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ITS-WP-04-05 Adobe PDF Document
Monte Carlo Simulation of Sydney Household Travel Survey Data with Bayesian Updating using Different Local Sample Sizes
Graham Pointer, Peter Stopher and Philip Bullock
ITS-WP-04-06 Adobe PDF Document
TRESIS (Transport and Environmental Strategy Impact Simulator): Application to a Case Study in NE Sydney
David A Hensher, Peter R Stopher, Philip Bullock, and Tu Ton
ITS-WP-04-07 Adobe PDF Document
Monitoring Traffic and Emissions by Floating Car Data
Astrid Ghnemann,* Ralf-Peter Schfer, Kai-Uwe Thiessenhusen and Peter Wagner.
ITS-WP-04-08 Adobe PDF Document
Estimating Eligibility Rates: A Crucial Component of the Calculation for Response Rates
Rahaf Alsnih and Peter Stopher
ITS-WP-04-09 Adobe PDF Document
The Design of Stated Choice Experiments: The State of Practice and Future Challenges
John M Rose and Michiel CJ Bliemer
ITS-WP-04-10 Adobe PDF Document
Labour Pooling: Impacts on Capacity Planning
Erne Houghton and Victor Portougal
ITS-WP-04-11 Adobe PDF Document
New Technology and Travel Surveys: The Way Forward
Rahaf Alsnih
ITS-WP-04-12 Adobe PDF Document
Identifying the Influence of Stated Choice Design Dimensionality on Willingness to Pay for Travel Time Savings
David A Hensher
The Knowledge Management Gap In Australian Public Transport [ITS Monash]
Graham Currie
The development and sharing of knowledge is an essential part of any business particularly one as complex as the public transport industry. This paper suggests there are problems in the way knowledge is developed and shared within the Australian public transport industry. It shows that knowledge sharing is limited due to the lack of centralised coordination and distribution of information. It also highlights weakness with how knowledge is developed. Most knowledge development is restricted to state based, mainly government, operators and their consultants. Knowledge development and sharing is very limited for these groups who emphasise shorter term operating issues and commercial objectives. The paper shows how other Australian industries such as Austroads have a coordinated program of knowledge development and sharing. It also shows how the Australian public transport industry is lagging behind the rest of the world in this area. The implications for the Australian public transport industry are identified and a model for addressing the problem suggested.
ITS-WP-04-14 Adobe PDF Document
How do Respondents Handle Stated Choice Experiments? Information processing strategies under varying information load
David A Hensher
ITS-WP-04-15 Adobe PDF Document
Freight Distribution in Urban Areas: The Role of Supply Chain Alliances in Addressing the Challenge of Traffic Congestion for City Logistics
David A Hensher and Sean Puckett
ITS-WP-04-16 Adobe PDF Document
Dynamic Travel Demand for Emergency Evacuation: The Case of Bushfires
Peter Stopher, John Rose and Rahaf Alsnih
ITS-WP-04-17 Adobe PDF Document
Evaluating Voluntary Travel Behaviour Interventions
Peter Stopher, Rahaf Alsnih, Philip Bullock & Liz Ampt
ITS-WP-04-18 Adobe PDF Document
GPS Surveys and the Internet
Peter Stopher, Andrew Collins & Philip Bullock
ITS-WP-04-19 Adobe PDF Document
Standards for Household Travel Surveys-Some Proposals
Peter Stopher & Rahaf Alsnih
ITS-WP-04-20 Adobe PDF Document
Sample Size Requirements For Measuring a Change in Behaviour
Peter R Stopher & Stephen P Greaves
ITS-WP-04-21 Adobe PDF Document
Collecting Data with GPS: Those who reject, and those who receive
Renee Hawkins* & Peter R Stopher
ITS-WP-04-22 Adobe PDF Document
The use of third party logistics services by large Australian manufacturers: current status and trends
Shams Rahman, Elizabeth Barber* & Pradeep Kanta Ray+