Working Papers 2013

ITLS-WP-13-01  Adobe PDF Document
Confidence intervals of willingness-to-pay for random coefficient logit models.
Michiel C.J. Bliemer and John M. Rose
Key words: Willingness-to-pay, confidence intervals, random coefficient logit, Delta method.
ITLS-WP-13-02  Adobe PDF Document
Direct and cross elasticities for freight distribution access charges.
David A. Hensher, Andrew T. Collins, John M. Rose and Nariida C. Smith
Key words: Freight elasticities, access charges, vehicle class, vehicle kilometres, tonne vehicle kilometres, stated choice.
ITLS-WP-13-03  Adobe PDF Document
Sunday drive: Review of automobile ownership, societal and environmental impacts and behavioural change.
Matthew J. Beck
Key words: Automobile, motor vehicle, ownership, choice, environment, society, planning.
ITLS-WP-13-04  Adobe PDF Document
Freeway drivers willingness to pay for speeding fines.
Rong-Chang Jou, David Hensher, Ke-Hong Chena and Pei-Lung Wanga
Key words: Contingent valuation method, willingness to pay, speeding behaviour, spike model.
ITLS-WP-13-05  Adobe PDF Document
A model for the simultaneous inference of attribute nonattendance and taste heterogeneity.
Andrew Collins, John Rose and David Hensher
Key words: Attribute nonattendance, random parameters attribute nonattendance model, latent class model, random parameters logit.
ITLS-WP-13-06  Adobe PDF Document
Accounting for travel time variability in the optimal pricing of cars and buses.
Alejandro Tirachini, David A. Hensher and Michiel C. J. Bliemer
Key words: Optimal pricing, travel time variability, reliability, headway variability, fare, toll.
ITLS-WP-13-07  Adobe PDF Document
A new planning system for NSW: Comments and review of green paper.
Alastair Stone
Key words: Planning, economic development, welfare economics, value, utility, political representatives, special interest groups, expert professions, community consultation, decision making process, constraints, land use, public infrastructure services, data, modelling, sector analysis, cost benefit analysis, planning instruments, markets, institutional arrangements, decision control, transaction costs, strategy, plans, projects.
ITLS-WP-13-08  Adobe PDF Document
Contractual approach to optimising risk sharing: A quantitative study of the multidimensional nature of risk in private provision of road infrastructure.
Demi Chung, David A. Hensher and John M. Rose
Key words: Public private partnerships, risk preference, risk sharing, toll road, incomplete contract theory, transaction cost economics.
ITLS-WP-13-09  Adobe PDF Document
A future in manufacturing: Major issues to be resolved by Australia Pty Ltd.
David Walters and Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya
Key words: Manufacturing developments, advanced manufacturing, Supply chains are not value chains, producibility.
ITLS-WP-13-10  Adobe PDF Document
Investigating the impacts of introducing emission trading scheme to shipping industry.
Kun Wang, Xiaowen Fu and Meifeng Luo
Key words: Shipping industry; open and closed Emission Trading Scheme (ETS); economic modelling.
ITLS-WP-13-11  Adobe PDF Document
Returns to scale in the electricity supply sector, imperfect competition, and efficiency of climate change policies.
Truong P. Truong
Key words: Climate change policy; emissions reduction; carbon tax; renewable electricity; increasing returns to scale; imperfect competition.
ITLS-WP-13-12  Adobe PDF Document
Sustainability of voluntary travel behaviour change initiatives: A 5-year study.
Peter R. Stopher, Claudine J. Moutou and Wen Liu
Key words: TravelSmart, long-term evaluation, GPS, panel study, sustainability.
ITLS-WP-13-13  Adobe PDF Document
Estimation of stochastic scale with best-worst data.
Andrew T. Collins and John M. Rose
Key words: Best worst, scale, rank explosion, SMNL.
ITLS-WP-13-14  Adobe PDF Document
The impact of terminal re-organisation on belly-hold freight operation chains at airports.
Rico Merkert and Boris Ploix
Key words: Airport terminal organisation; air freight; belly-hold freight ground operations; supply chains.
ITLS-WP-13-15  Adobe PDF Document
An empirical assessment of the feasibility of battery electric vehicles for day-to-day driving.
Stephen Greaves and Henry Backman
Key words: Battery electric vehicles; GPS Data.
ITLS-WP-13-16  Adobe PDF Document
Requirements for traffic assignment models for strategic transport planning: A critical assessment.
Michiel Bliemer, Mark Raadsen, Erik de Romph and Erik-Sander Smits
Key words: Traffic assignment, strategic transport planning, quasidynamic, model assessment, strict capacity constraints, physical queuing.
ITLS-WP-13-17  Adobe PDF Document
Comparing two processing routines for GPS traces: Lessons learnt.
Peter R. Stopher, Stephen P. Greaves and Li Shen
Key words: GPS, processing routines, trip identification, mode, purpose, accuracy.
ITLS-WP-13-18  Adobe PDF Document
How much does new transport infrastructure add to land values? Evidence from the bus rapid transit system in Sydney, Australia.
Corinne Mulley and Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai
Key words: Land value uplift; bus rapid transit; analysis of variance; hedonic regression.
ITLS-WP-13-19  Adobe PDF Document
The impacts of production base relocation on port cluster competition: The case of the Pearl River Delta region.
Winai Homosombat, Adolf K.Y. NG and Xiaowen FU
Key words: Production base relocation; port cluster competition; Pearl River Delta; hinterland access.
ITLS-WP-13-20  Adobe PDF Document
Demand for taxi services: New elasticity evidence for a neglected mode.
John M. Rose and David A. Hensher
Key words: Taxi; fare elasticities; service elasticities; choice experiment; decision support system.
ITLS-WP-13-21  Adobe PDF Document
Evaluating and improving software for identifying trips, occupancy, mode and purpose from GPS traces.
Peter Stopher, Jun Zhang and Christine Prasad
Key words: GPS, Processing Software; Prompted Recall; Trip Identification; Mode Identification; Purpose Identification.
ITLS-WP-13-22  Adobe PDF Document
Interpreting discrete choice models based on best-worst data: A matter of framing.
John M. Rose
Key words: Best worst; question framing effects; data fusion; model interpretation.