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Jarvi-Nykanen, T. (1997)
Publisher: Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds
Languages: English
Types: Book
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The task of work package 20 was to inventory all transport policy measures in use, used or tested but rejected or planned in the nine test cities Edinburgh, Merseyside, Vienna, Eisenstadt, Helsinki, Turin, Salerno, Oslo and Tromso. \ud \ud The inventory was done in two phases. In the first phase a three-part questionnaire was sent out to all test cities. Form 1 is a summary form for all the measures reported by the city. Form 2 is a form for detailed description of a measure or a combination of measures. Form 3 is a form for a more detailed description of the city, its demographics and transport system for to better understand the measures. The forms were accompanied by instructions for filling and a list of possible transport policy measures. The questionnaires are in appendix 1A. \ud \ud The measures reported by all the cities were then summarised under common categories. In the first project meeting the measures that are possible to model in all test cities were collaboratively chosen for still more detailed consideration. In this phase a second questionnaire was sent out for more detailed description of the extent and costs of the measures chosen. The means for representing these measures in the specific model was also obtained. The questionnaires of the second round are in appendix 1B.
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