Cost-Benefit Analysis of Rail-Noise Mitigation Programmes at European Level: Methodological Innovations from EURANO to STAIRRS

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Lenders, Aude ; Da Silva, Nancy ; Hecq, Walter ; Thomas, Baumgartner (2001)
  • Subject: Economie de l'environnement et des ressources naturelles

The STAIRRS project (2000-2002) is a follow-up of EURANO [1] and a Swiss study [2], in which the authors evaluated the efficiency of noise reduction measures in two European freight corridors. STAIRRS includes a cost-benefit analysis based on about 10,000 km of track mo... View more
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