Principles of valuing business travel time savings

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Fowkes, A.S.;
  • Publisher: Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds

OVERVIEW\ud \ud There are two approaches to valuing travel time savings to business people. The first is that which has formed the basis of UK policy for about 30 years, and which is set out in Section 2. This takes the value of travel time savings on employer’s busines... View more
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