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Segmentation of the Travel Market in London: Estimates of Elasticities and Values of Travel Time.

Fowkes, A.S.; Sherwood, N.; Nash, C.A.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 May 1993
  • Publisher: Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
This paper reports background research carried out for an ESRC funded research project entitled "Assessing the Benefits and Incidence of Road Pricing in London". The first two stages of this work are reported here. The first stage was to segment the market for car use in Central and Inner London according to the salient characteristics of users. The second stage was to make estimates of the range of probable values of time and elasticities for each segment of the market using secondary data. A thorough literature search was undertaken and we have liaised with other relevant work in progress. \ud \ud The results of our distillation of what we have found/borrowed ...

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