Public Transport Provision in Rural and Sparsely Populated Areas in Norway
|Date of Publication||1 March 2015|
|Publication Type||Discussion Paper|
Merethe Dotterud Leiren
Institute of Transport Economics, Oslo, Norway
Kåre Skollerud Institute of Transport Economics, Oslo, Norway
|Tags||Finland, Aged, Buses, Day Care Centres, International Transport, Old Age, Passengers, Public Transport, Rural Areas, Rural Transport, School Transport, Taxis, Transport, Travel, Vehicles|
ITF is as a United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) focal point for transport and will organise the COP26 Transport Day on 10 November.
Este webinar presenta los resultados de diferentes escenarios de políticas públicas para descarbonizar el transporte de carga en Argentina. El objetivo es fomentar la discusión de las implicaciones...
This webinar presents the results of different policy scenarios for pathways to decarbonise freight transport in Argentina. It aims to foster discussion on the policy implications and the feasibility...
14:30 CEST Register here In this 30-minute online presentation and question and answer session, author Olaf Merk presents the new ITF report “Data-driven Transport Infrastructure Maintenance”. This...
Broadening the Scope of Transport Appraisal to Capture the Full Impact of Investments: Roundtable meetingEvent, 29 September - 1 October 2021
Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) has long had a central role in transport and other infrastructure project appraisal in OECD countries. It provides an accepted and broadly consistent framework for...