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The choice of park & ride facilities : an analysis using a context-dependent hierarchical choice experiment

Bos, D.M.; Heijden, R.E.C.M. van der; Molin, E.J.E.; Timmermans, H.J.P.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2004
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
Park and Ride facilities have been proposed in several countries to alleviate the accessibility problems in cities. Despite growing accessibility problems, these facilities do not seem to attract the expected number of car drivers and are under-used. In an attempt to measure consumer evaluations of the attributes of Park and Ride facilities, a stated choice experiment, based on the method of hierarchical information integration, was conducted in the city of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. This paper documents the major results of this study, which differs from previous research in that a large range of attributes is examined, including accessibility of the facility, ...
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